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The Rundown -- October 10

RFE/RL in the Media
# "The Atlantic,," Reuters, UPI and the Sofia Globe cite RFE/RL coverage of Azerbaijan election
# Read Abdul Hai Kakar and Charles Recknagel in "The Atlantic" on Malal's global influence
Middle East
# Libyan prime minister taken by gunmen
# U.S. to trim military aid to Egypt
# Morsi to stand trial in November for inciting murder
# Musharraf released from house arrest
# BBC interviews head of Pakistani Taliban
# Pakistan blocks foreign aid agencies in Baluchistan
#Infographic: Pakistan's education challenges
# Article in hardline newspaper drives Iran FM to hospital
# Iran's history with Holocaust denial
# Will surplus uranium be used as a negotiation bargaining chip?
# 35 percent of Russia's wealth held by 110 people
# Dutch Foreign Ministry apologizes to Russia over diplomat arrest
# Russian lawmaker calls for criminal investigation of torch flameout
# "The Insanity of Protesting Against Putin" - Joshua Yaffa, "New Yorker"
# "Russia's Search for Itself" - Victor Erofeyev, "New York Times"
Central Asia
# Russian military deals meant to keep U.S. out of Central Asia
# Kazakhstan pastor arrested again immediately after his release
# "Fairness an Issue Even After Azerbaijan Votes" - David Herszenhorn, "New York Times"
Eastern Europe
# Man claims police tortured and peed on him in anti-semitic attack
# German president expects "progress" on Tymoshenko
Of Interest
# Deadlines at "Financial Times" to be based on "peak viewing times" rather than print deadlines