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A new, nightly, current affairs program is providing Russian-speaking television audiences in Central Asia with a balanced and compelling alternative to Russian and Chinese-dominated media in the region.
TV magazine reaches out to Bosnian audiences with the guiding principle that sectarianism has no place in the newsroom.
What’s driving Afghans and Pakistanis to risk the journey to Europe, and how Radio Mashaal is reporting the crisis.
Malali Bashir has been voted the most influential Twitter user in Afghanistan.
Multimedia projects honored by prestigious jury in the fifth year of the annual European Lovie Awards.
Join RFE/RLive for insights into what a "post-Afghanistan relationship" might look like between the U.S. and the five countries of Central Asia just visited by Secretary of State John Kerry, especially in the areas of security and human rights. More
Last week, Taliban militants launched a series of coordinated attacks, capturing a key district on the Afghanistan-Turkmenistan border. As the northern border of Afghanistan becomes a flashpoint for a revitalized Taliban insurgency, we examine the threat to Central Asia. More
Turkmenistan, long ranked as among the world's most closed societies, is waging an unprecedented campaign against the few independent journalists and activists seeking to provide an alternative to the government's monopoly on information. More
In its biggest victory in 15 years, Taliban militants captured the city of Kunduz on Monday - sending shockwaves throughout the country. Afghan forces, backed by U.S. airstrikes, quickly reclaimed the town, but what does this mean for an already fragile Afghanistan? More
Although domestic concerns are driving the pre-election debate in Kyrgyzstan, the outcome of the vote will also either confirm the Kyrgyz government’s recent foreign policy tilt towards Russia, or push the country back toward its more familiar independence and moderation within Central Asia. More
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