On October 7, Yahoo TV re-posted RFE/RL Russian Service video of a protest against Vladimir Putin on his birthday.
On October 6, Interfax Ukraine cited former Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk's interview with RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service during his visit to Berlin.
Council of Europe posted a media freedom alert on Ukrainian government efforts to access the cellphone data of RFE/RL investigative journalist Natalia Sedletska.
The Week cited RFE/RL reporting on continuing tensions between the U.K and Russia over allegations of Russian involvement in cyberattacks worldwide.
On October 3, The Sun, Mirror, Snob, adekvatnews.ru, starspost.com, UNIAN, and many other media reporting by joint reporting by bellingcat and RFE/RL's Russian Service on photographic evidence that one of the alleged Russian nerve-agent poisoners is in fact a decorated senior Russian military intelligence officer.
Payvand re-posted two RFE/RL Radio Farda articles, on an International Court of Justice order that U.S. sanctions not affect humanitarian aid shipments to Iran, and on an Iranian missile attack in Syria that allegedly killed 40 Islamic State "leaders".
National Interest cited RFE/RL reporting on U.S. Ambassador to NATO Kay Bailey Hutchison's controversial statements about intermediate range missiles Russia is developing in contravention to the U.S.-Russia Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty.
The Armenian Mirror-Spectator cited RFE/RL Armenian Service reporting on a fast-moving political crisis in Armenia that led to Prime Minsiter Nikol Pashinian offering to resign in order to force snap parliamentary elections.
Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project and United News of India cited RFE/RL reporting on Iran's crackdown on financial crimes; OCCPR and Hetq Online also cited RFE/RL reporting on the brutal murder of an investigative journalist in Slovakia.
The Diplomat posted an interview with author Jeffrey Lilley, whose book "Have The Mountains Fallen?" tells the story of former RFE/RL Kyrgyz Service director Azamat Altay and famed writer Chingiz Aitmatov.
Breitbart and Afghan Online Press cited RFE/RL reporting on a scandal involving three former Islamists now in Afghanistan's government structures who watched Chinese women dancing during a celebration in Kabul.
On September 30, MSNBC's Headliners show interviewed RFE/RL's Christopher Miller for a report on former U.S. Republican Party operative and Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort's activities in Ukraine.