Ukraine's UNIAN information agency re-posted an RFE/RL article on the latest hearing in the trial of RFE/RL Crimea Desk contributor Mykola Semena, who has been accused of "separatism" by a court in Russia-occupied Crimea.
The Diplomat cites RFE/RL Tajik Service reporting in an article about the reported death of former Tajik police commander Gulmurod Halimov, who joined the so-called Islamic State in Syria in May 2015 and rose to become Islamic State’s highest ranking commander in Mosul, Iraq.
PanARMENIAN.net cited RFE/RL Armenian Service reporting on a candidate affirming his decision to run for mayor in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.
On April 15, the St. Cloud (MN) Times published an op-ed complimentary of RFE/RL as it "continues its work delivering accurate, timely news to any people who have been isolated by leaders who build walls and control the news."
On April 14, Yahoo News (via Storyful) posted RFE/RL Radio Azadi video of local reaction to the U.S. dropping the largest non-nuclear bomb in its arsenal on an ISIS tunnel complex in Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province the previosu day.
The Washington Post cited RFE/RL reporting in an article about Turkmenistan President Gurbanguly Berdymuhammedov 'winning' a contest to write the anthem for the upcoming Asian Indoor and Martial Art Games, to take place in Turkenistan in September 2017.
Svenska Dagbladet and numerous other Swedish newspapers cited RFE/RL Uzbek Service reporting on Rakhmat Akilov, the man who on April 7 drove a hijacked truck into a crowd of people in downtown Stockholm, killing four.
On April 12, the Committee to Protect Journalists posted an alert about RFE/RL Belarus Service journalist Halina Abakunchyk losing an appeal of a fine levied against her by a court in the city of Vorsha, alleging that she "participated" in a protest on March 13 that she was in fact reporting about for RFE/RL.