Balkan Insight cited an RFE/RL Balkan Service article in its report on so-called mixed marriages between ethnic Serbs and Bosniaks.
The UNIAN news agency cited RFE/RL reporting on Ukraine opening a criminal probe of Soviet leader Josef Stalin and KGB chief Lavrenti Beria for the mass deportation of Muslim Tatars from the Crimean Peninsula during World War II.
On May 20, The Washington Post linked to RFE/RL video of re-elected Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's first televised speech to the Iranian people following his victory in the May 19 presidential election.
Global Voices cites to RFE/RL reporting in an article examining the Azerbaijan government's unusual decision to seek a court order to block access to the websites of RFE/RL's Azerbaijan Service and four other independent media websites.
On May 18, Eurasianet cited RFE/RL's Kazakh Service in an article on the sentencing of a labor union organizer for Kazakhstan's oil workers in Astana, and linked to RFE/RL Tajik Service reporting about two vicious attacks on law enforcement officials in the space of a few days in southern Tajikistan.
Payvand re-posted David Patrikarakos' article for RFE/RL on the Iranian presidential election, "Iran's Younger Generation Positioned To Restore Political Roar."
B92 in Serbia extensively cited an RFE/RL Balkan Service article describing testimony by U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Europe and Eurasia Hoyt Lee during a subcommittee hearing of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives looking into Russian influence in the Balkan region.
On May 17 and 18, the Kyiv Post linked to two RFE/RL social videos, about the Ukrainian parliament adopting legislation to fine those who display the orange-and-black St. George ribbon in public, and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko's ban on accessing the Russian social platforms VKontakte and Odnoklassniki in Ukraine.
On May 16, H-Net posted a article on the online availability of numerous RFE/RL Research archive collections at the Vera and Donald Blinken Open Society Archives at Central European University (Blinken OSA), including a just-release online, fully searchable database of Soviet Audio Samizdat collected by RFE/RL's Samizdat Unit between 1970 and 1989.