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An Azeri court on January 27 extended the pre-trial detention of independent journalist and RFE/RL contributor Khadija Ismayilova for an additional two months.
NPR's Sean Carberry, Radio Mashaal's Daud Khattak and International Crisis Group's Graeme Smith examine the myth and the reality of the so-called Islamic State's presence in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
"Nastoyashchee Vremya" ("Current Time"), a new Russian-language television program, will launch this evening in Latvia, expanding its reach to audiences in five countries neighboring Russia.
RFE/RL has condemned a raid by Azerbaijani police and investigators on the Baku bureau of RFE/RL's Azerbaijani Service, which has now been sealed shut and placed off limits to journalistic activity.
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NPR's Sean Carberry, Radio Mashaal's Daud Khattak and International Crisis Group's Graeme Smith examine the myth and the reality of the so-called Islamic State's presence in Afghanistan and Pakistan. More
Radio Farda journalist Hannah Kaviani and Iranian-American journalist Negar Mortazavi discuss what people inside Iran expected from the negotiations, what are they being told about them by state-run media, and how the debate might unfold domestically over the next seven months. More
RFE/RL "Under The Black Flag" blog author Joanna Paraszczuk discusses Islamic State -- what it is, who controls it and whether its leading personalities are the masterminds they appear to be. More
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