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The Rundown -- June 16

RFE/RL in the Media

# ViceNews uses RFE/RL video from Pakistan, Iraq and Afghanistan
# RT uses RFE/RL video from protest outside Russian embassy in Kyiv
# Breitbart cites RFE/RL interview with Mustafa Dzhemilev
# Reuters mentions RFE/RL censorship in Tajikistan
# Yahoo News refers to students in 1956 Hungary marching through streets with loudspeakers playing RFE/RL
# Haaretz profiles Eduard Kuznetsov, who headed RFE/RL newsdesk from 1983-1990
# Militants claim, with photos, to have executed 1,700
# There is no longer a border between Iraq and Syria
# "Rebels’ Fast Strike in Iraq Was Years in the Making"- Tim Arango, Kareem Fahim and Ben Hubbard, "New York Times
# The Iraq arrest that exposed wealth and power of ISIL jihadists
# What the Iraq mess means for oil
# "No, Obama Didn’t Lose Iraq" - Colin Kahl, Politico
# Site for stealthily unveiled woman receives half-million likes
# Zoroastrians gather in Iran
# Iran and U.S. hint at cooperation
# Taliban slices fingers of 11 people for voting in election
# Pakistan launches military operation against Taliban
# Karachi police arresting dozens of foreigners, including Uzbeks and Tajiks
# A profile of the woman in charge of Karachi's police forces
# "Russia on Iraq: 'We Told You So''" - Adam Taylor, "Washington Post"
# Video claims to show convoy in Rostov moving toward Ukraine
# Ukraine-Russia gas talks approaching deadline
# "Ukraine Getting Upper Hand Over Russia in Gas Diplomacy" - Alexander Panin, "Moscow Times"
# Russia lambastes Ukraine FM for calling Putin a "dickhead"
# In Ukraine, a day of mourning shows nation divided
# Evacuating children along dangerous route in Ukraine
Central Asia
# Uzbekistan media silent on Karachi airport attack
# Kazakhstan gives 10-year tax breaks to foreign investors
# ISIL enters Turkmen city in northern Iraq