RFE/RL in the Media
# "USA Today" republishes Claire Bigg's piece on torture in eastern Ukraine
# NPR, Business Insider and Asia Times cite RFE/RL reporting on Russian rocket breakup
# Rim Gilfanov writes in Al Jazeera on the difficult choice for Crimean Tatars
# "The Guardian" quotes RFE/RL Crimean journalist Nadzhie Femi on situation of Crimean Tatars
# "Washington Post" cites RFE/RL on anti-gay activists building wall around gay nightclub in Kazakhstan
# Daily Beast cites interview by RFE/RL Russian Service's Dmitry Volchek with Sergei Lefter -- a journalist who was tortured
# CNN uses video from RFE/RL Iraq service of fighting in Fallujah
# Does Akhmetov hold eastern Ukraine's balance of power?
# Orban repeats call for Hungarian autonomy in Ukraine
# Two LifeNews journalists detained
# "Militia 'Arms Race' Threatens Deadly Escalation in Ukraine Conflict" - Christopher Miller, Mashable
# "Front-Runner in Ukraine Election May Be Shifting Putin’s Stance" - David Herszenhorn, "New York Times"
# Duma considers ban on condom advertising
# A chance to save the Russian internet?
# "I Helped Build Russia's Internet. Now Putin Wants to Destroy It" - Anton Nossik, "New Republic"
# "Obama's Strategy of Letting Putin Hang Himself is Working" - Max Fisher, VOX
# "Russian President Putin builds ties in Moldova, Kazakhstan and Baltics" - Michael Birnbaum, "Washington Post"
# Ukraine crisis to be "game-changer" for NATO
# Afghanistan to launch 4g
# Abdullah Abdullah was once known as "the messenger of death"
# Afghanistan and Pakistan mull $5 billion trade expansion
# Pakistan's "Radio Mullah"
# MasterChef goes to Pakistan
# Rohani says Internet controls must go
# Iranian Christian converts forming new lives in Germany
# Iran actress's Cannes kiss sparks ire back home
# Tehran ready to offer cash for British embassy attack – but no apology
# Worst floods in a century in Bosnia and Serbia
# Dobrica Cosic dies
# Airbus discusses cooperation with Tajikistan