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The Rundown - April 16

RFE/RL In The Media
# "The Wall St. JOurnal" cites RFE/RL reporting on the Eurovision contest
# The ICG reprinted RFE/RL's report on nuclear talks with Iran
# UN Dispatch's list of the top tweeps for Afghanistan news includes Bashir Gwakh

International Press Review

# A timeline of the last 90 years of U.S.-Iran relations
# The next round of nuclear talks will be held in Baghdad in May
# "Don't Throw Iran's Democrats Under the Bus" - Patrick Clawson, "Foreign Policy"
# "Tearing Down Iran's Electronic Curtain" - Dubowitz & Dershowitz, "The Wall St. Journal"

# The Taliban calls Sunday's attacks "just a preview"
# "A Precarious Crossroads for Afghan Women" - Michelle Bachelet, "The New York Times"

# Nearly 400 prisoners were freed from prison in an attack by the TTP
# "A Passage to India-Pakistan Peace" - Michael Boskin, "The Wall St. Journal"
# "Time" on India and Pakistan's battle over fresh water

# "Resetting the Reset" - Michael Weiss, "American Interest"
# Miriam Elder on the spread of the web in Russia

Of Interest
# Sergey Brin warns of increasing threats to Internet freedom
# Julian Assange's new show on RT starts tomorrow
# "The Cybercrime Wave That Wasn’t" - Florencio & Herley, "International Herald Tribine"
# A team of doctors developed stem cells that attack the HIV virus

U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# 11 Secret Service agents are on leave after being accused of misconduct in Colombia
# The "PBS Newshour" analysis of Shields and Brooks