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The Rundown - June 1

RFE In The Media
# CPJ embeds RFE's video of the release of Eynulla Fatullayev

International Herald Tribune

# Syed Saleem Shahzad's final published report
# He had been threatened by the ISI
# "Angels Of Death" - Huma Imtiaz, "Foreign Policy"
# "My Courageous Friend And Colleague" - Abbas Nasir, "Dawn"
# Security forces are arresting family members of Osama bin Laden's couriers

Ratko Mladic
# "Mladic The Monster" - Christopher Hitchens, "Slate"
# "Serbia's European Future" - Jerzy Buzek, "The Wall Street Journal"

# Anna Politkovskaya's killer has been arrested
# "The Caucasian Dark Circle" - Andrei Piontkovsky, "Project Syndicate"
# Steve LeVine on how Germany's nuclear decision helps Russia
# A mystery artist has some fun with Putin and Medvedev

# "Afghanistan: Lined Up To Lead" - Blitz, Dombey & Lamont, "Financial Times"
# Una Moore on Kandahar's new police chief

# The U.S. has eased student visa rules for Iranians
# "Inflaming Iran" - Doug Bandow, "National Interest"

Of Interest
# Thomas de Waal on the Nagorny-Karabakh situation
# Turkmenistan will open a national space agency

Middle East
# "The Wall Street Journal" reports on Skype in revolutions
# "Al-Qaida's Paper Trail" - Dina Temple-Raston, "NPR"
# "NATO And The Arab Spring" - Anders Fogh Rasmussen, "The New York Times"
# Former SAS soldiers are aiding Libya's rebels

U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# "Mending Relations With Pakistan" - Editorial, "The Washington Post"
# How a cyber war could become a real one
# Khalid Shaikh Muhammad is charged with new crimes relating to 9/11