On May 12, Yahoo News UK (via Storyful) re-posted RFE/RL Georgian Service video of Thousands protested outside Georgian parliament buildings on Saturday, May 12, after police were criticized for using excessive force during raids on nightclubs in Tbilisi early that morning.
Financial Tribune cited RFE/RL reporting on China's assurance to Iran that it will continue to import its crude, despite the United States’ withdrawal from the nuclear deal that will now be followed by sanctions targeting the Iranian oil industry.
On May 11, Slate cited RFE/RL and other US international media outlets in an article on Google and Amazon's decision to block so-called "domain fronting," a method to break through Internet censorship efforts by foreign governments.
Malaysia Sun re-posted an RFE/RL article on the swearing in of Mahathir Mohamed as Malaysia's next prime minister.
On May 10, The Washington Post published an opinion piece by RFE/RL journalist Abubakar Siddique, "Pashtun people power is jolting the military establishment in Pakistan."
On May 7, the Committee to Protect Journalists reported on the release of RFE/RL Uzbek Service contributors Bobomurad Abdullaev and Hayot Nasriddinov, the last jailed journalists in Uzbekistan.
Yahoo News UK (via Storyful) re-posted RFE/RL Armenian Service video of System of a Down rocker Serj Tankian joining an opposition rally in Armenia.
On May 6, the National Review's Jay Nordlinger cited RFE/RL President Tom Kent and former President Jeff Gedmin in an article that also commemorated the three journalists RFE/RL lost to a suicide bomber in Kabul, Afghanistan on April 30.
On May 5, The Guardian interviewed RFE/RL journalist Frud Bezhan for an article on the deaths of 9 journalists, including three from RFE/RL, in an April 30 suicide bombing in Kabul, and AlJazeera's "The Listening Post" interviewed RFE/RL's Malai Bashir for a segment on the perils of beign a journalist in Afghanistan. Epoch Times also reported on the fallen journalists, while Modern Diplomacy cited RFE/RL's Radio Free Afghanistan in an overview of U.S. activities in Afghanistan.
Yahoo News UK, The Quint, Business Standard, New Delhi Times, Telegana Today, and ANI re-posted RFE/RL video (via Storyful) and cited reporting on the detention of opposition leader Alexei Navalny and hundreds of otehrs during anti-Putin protests in Moscow.
On May 5-7, Seznam zpravy (Czech Republic) posted RFE/RL video reports on criminal involvement in illegal amber mining in Ukraine, the plight of the elderly in eastern Ukraine, and a Russian circus training academy in Siberia.
On May 4, The Diplomat posted an analysis by RFE/RL Radio Mashaal editor Daud Khattak on "Pakistan’s Counterproductive Dismissal of the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement."
Eurasia Review re-posted an RFE/RL article on EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini's criticisms of a Moldovan investigation into the 2014 disappearance of more than $1 billion from the country's banking system.
JAMNews reported that RFE/RL Ekho Kavkaza contributor Tamara Mearakashvili was acquitted on charges that the defendant had called "Illegal and groundless."