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November 18, 2021
Migrants Stuck In Bitter Cold Outside Warehouse As Belarus Moves Them From Border
Belarusian security forces have moved migrants away from makeshift camps at the Polish border, but there was no room for many at a nearby warehouse that was filled to capacity. Bahadin Muhsin Qadir spoke in a video sent to RFE/RL on the evening of November 18.
November 15, 2021
Migrant Says Belarusian Police 'Forcing Us' To Cut Polish Border Fence
An Iraqi Kurdish man told RFE/RL that the Belarusian police had forced him and other migrants to cut through the barriers on the Belarusian border with Poland. He sent RFE/RL a video message on the night of November 14-15. RFE/RL has hidden the man's identity for security reasons.
June 27, 2021
U.S. Troops Come Under Rocket Fire In Syria After Strikes Against Iran-Backed Militias
U.S. forces in eastern Syria came under rocket fire, with no reported casualties, in an escalation a day after the Pentagon said U.S. air strikes targeted facilities on the Iraq-Syria border used by Iran-aligned militias to attack U.S. interests in Iraq.
March 22, 2021
U.S. Supreme Court To Hear Case On Reinstating Death Penalty For Boston Marathon Bomber
The U.S. Supreme Court says it will consider reinstating the death sentence for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, agreeing to hear an appeal filed by the administration of former President Donald Trump.
December 29, 2020
Balkans Among World's Highest COVID-19 Death Rates
December 24, 2020
Trump Warns Iran Over Rocket Attacks On Embassy In Iraq
President Donald Trump has warned Iran against any attack on U.S. military or diplomatic personnel in Iraq, days after suspected Iran-backed Iraqi militia launched a barrage of rockets at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad’s heavily fortified Green Zone.
November 15, 2020
For U.S. President-Elect Biden, A Foreign Policy Informed By Many, Many, Many Road Trips
Before he was president-elect, before he was vice president, Joe Biden spent decades in the U.S. Senate. And a good chunk of that tenure was spent globe-trotting and meeting leaders, dignitaries, royalty, and soldiers around the world.
September 08, 2020
Iran Sentences Iraqi, Iranian IS Teens To Prison Over Planned Attack
A court in Tehran has sentenced two Iraqis and one Iranian to prison over their participation as minors in a purported suicide mission planned by the Islamic State (IS) extremist group, according to the government-run Iran daily.
What Is The Russian 'Terminator' Spotted In Ukraine?2
This Is Not Just 'Putin's War' And Russians Should '100 Percent' Feel Guilty: A Veteran Russian Analyst Pulls No Punches3
Popular Russian Rocker Charged Over Critical Statement About War In Ukraine4
'It Is Hell There': Zelenskiy Says Russian Bombardments Have Completely Destroyed Donbas Region5
Interview: Can Ukraine's Military Continue To Outperform Russian Forces?6
Corned Beef And Cocaine: Putin’s Men, The Israeli Smugglers, And The Great St. Petersburg Drug Bust7
Despite Doomsday Predictions, Bulgaria Proves There Is Life After Russian Gas8
'Putin Only Understands Force,' Says Ukrainian Ex-President In Call For United Response Against Russia9
Russia Bans 963 Prominent Americans From Entering Russia10
Vladimir Putin And The Missing Cocaine