Newsweek posted two articles citing RFE/RL reporting, one on a woman sentenced to two years in prison in Iran for removing her headscarf, and a second on a shepherd arrested in Georgia for allegedly killing an American family.
South China Morning Post interviewed RFE/RL photojournalist Amos Chapple for an article about his reporting on mammoth tusk hunting in Siberia.
Times of Central Asia cited RFE/RL Kazakh Service reporting in an article on the 209th anniversary of Kazakhstan's capital, Astana.
On July 9, Moscow Times, TASS, and RT reported on the Russian government's reaction to U.S. State Department criticism of Russia's "selective targeting of RFE/RL and VOA under Russia’s law on ‘foreign agent’ media outlets."
Transitions Online, European Interest, and Focus News cited RFE/RL reporting on the EU's decision to freeze aid for Moldova until Moldovan authorities recognize the result of the Chisinau mayoral election and conduct transparent fraud investigations.
Ukrinform cited an interview with RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service by Ukrainian NATO delegation head Vadim Prystaiko in an article about Ukraine's participation in the NAT Summit over the objections of Hungary.
From July 6-9, The Week, Washington Enquirer (twice) and Newsmax cited references to RFE/RL in an interview with Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) about the recent visit to Moscow by eight Members of Congress led by Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Ala.).
On July 7, Al Arabiya cited RFE/RL Radio Farda reporting on Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's order that President Hassan Rohani report on a perceived "lack of financial transparency" involving currency exchange allocations.
On July 6, Reuters (via Pakistan Today), AFP (via i24 International), Reuters (via Business Insider), CBS News (via WCTV-TV, WDEF-TV), euronews, EP Today, STL News, Imperial Valley News, Washington Examiner, The Drum, The Times of Israel, Al Arabiya, Kuwait News Agency, The Wire (Pakistan), and other media outlets reported on the State Department's criticism of Russia over a fine levied against RFE/RL in a Moscow courtroom under the law on "foreign agent" media outlets.The Diplomat cited RFE/RL Uzbek Service reporting in an article on an ethnic Uzbek U.S. citizen who was recently detained and fined while visiting relatives in Uzbekistan on allegations of having links to a terrorist group.
PanArmenian.net cited an RFE/RL Armenian Service report on statements by U.S. Ambassador Richard Mills that recent political changes in Armenia will help bring new trade and investment to the South Caucasus country.