The first four families from Kazakhstan's northwestern town of Beryozovka have been relocated.
RFE/RL contributor’s documentary film is a portrait of rapidly changing life for ethnic Kyrgyz living high in the Pamir Mountains of Central Asia.
Radio Farda documentary presents the story of Jan Palach, a young Czech student who made the ultimate sacrifice for his country’s freedom.
On UNESCO World Radio Day on Feb. 13, RFE/RL audiences gave the platform a resounding endorsement as a powerful medium and an indispensable source of information and news.
Donbas Realities FM broadcasts are a crucial source of reliable news and information in war-torn eastern Ukraine, and proof of the enduring power of radio.
In conflict zones, countries without a free press, and where other sources fail to inform, RFE/RL listeners celebrate the power of radio on World Radio Day.
Unlike what U.S. President Donald Trump thinks, the nuclear accord between Tehran and world powers is a "win-win agreement," Iranian President Hassan Rohani has said.
Heavy snowfalls in recent days resulted in the deaths of at least 110 people in Afghanistan. Bulldozers cleared tons of snow, after a series of avalanches closed the Salang Pass in the Hindu Kush. (RFE/RL's Radio Free Afghanistan)
RFE/RL Turkmen Service Acting Director Farruh Yusupov spoke with U.S. Ambassador to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe Daniel Baer Dec. 14 on the sidelines of its Central Asia Media Conference.