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Russia is launching a new media organization, with hundreds of journalists in foreign bureaus, in a bid to counter the Western media. More
The OSCE's Representative on Freedom of the Media condemned escalating attacks against the media in Azerbaijan. More
The Norwegian Helsinki Committee awarded the 2014 Andrei Sakharov Freedom Award to all political prisoners in Azerbaijan. More
The United States says the U.S. nongovernmental organization IREX's decision to halt its work in Azerbaijan amid pressure from authorities will hurt democracy-promotion efforts in the country. More
A group of Iranian journalists has openly criticized President Hassan Rohani for claiming that reporters are not being jailed in the Islamic republic. More
Tehran has reportedly freed Iranian journalist Yeganeh Salehi on bail, but her husband -- "Washington Post" correspondent Jason Rezaian -- remains in detention. More
Prominent Iranian female editor Shahla Sherkat has come under pressure by Iranian hard-liners over her recently launched publication devoted to women's issues. More
Officials have failed to address the assassinations, kidnappings, and threats that continue to target journalists in Pakistan’s restive southwestern province. More
After a Chisinau newspaper published beach vacation photos of the head of the country's Orthodox Church, it received a threatening phone call from a man claiming to be the husband of a bikini-clad woman who posted the images on social media. More
A new Russian film is pledging to tell "The Truth" about the war between federal forces and separatists in eastern Ukraine, a project Ukrainian media has already dismissed as "propaganda." More
"Fault Lines" combines first-hand and first-person reports to uncover the challenges and constraints that journalists in RFE/RL's reporting region face every day--and how and why they persevere.
Currently under a travel ban, investigative journalist Khadija Ismayilova speaks about Azerbaijan’s attack on civil society, and the lack of a credible international response. More
It was again possible to open Facebook, Wikipedia, popular Russian social networks, and Tajik online sites as of October 13. More
The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe has condemned a series of death threats against Artan Haraqija, an RFE/RL journalist who has been reporting on radical Islamic groups in Kosovo. More
The U.S. government opened an annual OSCE gathering in Warsaw with charges that the Russian Federation is conducting a 'systematic campaign' to stifle dissent in the media. More
RFE/RL remembers the talent, dedication, and compassion of its Afghan colleague Zubair Zhman. More
Internet users in Tajikistan say hundreds of websites, including Facebook and YouTube, have been inaccessible in the Central Asian country since October 5. More
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