Tuesday, October 21, 2014


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PRESS RELEASES

May 07, 2014

RFE/RL, VOA Partnership Boosts Georgian Broadcasts

RFE/RL's Georgian Service expanded its broadcasts to 18 hours today, dramatically increase the reach and impact of its programming in this vital Caucasus market.
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May 02, 2014

Amid Declining Media Freedom, RFE/RL Presses Ahead

On World Press Freedom Day, a look at the courageous work done by RFE/RL journalists in some of the world's most threatening environments.
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February 28, 2014

RFE/RL Appoints Interim Managers

Vice President of Finance John Giambalvo and Editor-in-Chief Nenad Pejic will serve as Interim Managers of RFE/RL, effective March 2.
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EVENTS

October 10, 2014

Video Promoting Free Media: Informing the Velvet Revolution and the Challenge Today

Join RFE/RL, the Czech Embassy in the US and the Wilson Center for a discussion on the contribution of Western broadcasting to the successful Velvet Revolution, and the challenge faced today by the United States in providing objective information to authoritarian countries.
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July 10, 2014

British Ambassador To The Czech Republic Visits RFE/RL

British Ambassador Jan Thompson visited RFE/RL’s Prague headquarters or a foreign policy roundtable discussion with RFE/RL journalists, editors and service directors.
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May 27, 2014

Former RFE/RL Producer’s Artistic Talents Exhibited In Prague

Gallery brings Miroslav Sasek’s whimsical illustrations to a new generation.
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RFE/RLive

Tajikistan -- Wakhan Corridor looking into Afghanistan and Pakistan, Tajik National Park (Mountains of the Pamirs),2009.

RFERLive: Central Asia -- Regionally Dysfunctional In The Face Of Common Threats

Central Asia faces a myriad of questions and unsavory scenarios as the end of this year and the withdrawal of the bulk of foreign forces from Afghanistan approach. Faced with a security threat that could destabilize the whole region, what will the Central Asian governments do? More

Afghanistan-- Afghan workers of the Afghan Independent Election Commission (IEC) count ballots at a polling station for the presidential elections in Kandahar, Afghanistan, April 5 2014.

Video RFE/RLive: Down To The Wire In Afghanistan

Afghans will take to the polls on June 14 to decide which of the last candidates standing -- Abdullah Abdullah or Ashraf Ghani -- will be their next president, and the foreign policy issues in play are profound. More

Militants of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) pose for photo in Afghanistan's Kunduz Province.

RFERLive: The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan -- An Evolving Threat

The IMU threat has loomed over Central Asia for 15 years. Once the threat was clear and present -- in the late 1990's, IMU militants fought Kyrgyz and Uzbek government troops, then joined forces with Al Qaeda in Afghanistan. RFE/RL's Turkmen Service asks what happens now, as foreign troops leave? More

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