AKIpress cited RFE/RL Turkmen Service reporting in an article on Turkmen government efforts to discover the source of income of citizens who've been abroad, recently bought cars, or otherwise spent a considerable amount of money.
On September 26, Yahoo News and MSN (both via Storyful) re-posted RFE/RL Russian Service video reporting on a protest outside the Russian State Duma as lawmakers inside voted to approve proposals to raise the retirement age.
Payvand re-posted an RFE/RL Radio Farda article on speeches by U.S. President Donald Trump and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani at the UN General Assembly, and the standoff they highlight in U.S.-Iran relations.
The Financial re-posted an RFE/RL report on the sentencing of a U.S. intelligence worker for transferring top-secret material to a home computer that was allegedly accessed by Russian intelligence through Kaspersky software.
On September 25, The New York Times quoted Russian creator of the “USAReally” website, who claimed that his goal for the website was to serve as “a counterweight to organizations funded by the United States, like Radio Free Europe, that broadcast in Russia and other countries.”
Transitions Online cited RFE/RL Kazakh Service reporting in an article on potential succession planning in Kazakhstan, and also cited RFE/RL Armenian Service reporting on calls for a snap parliamentary election in Armenia.
On September 24, Newsweek, The Financial, The Iranian, and Payvand cited RFE/RL reporting on a deadly attack on a military parade in the southwestern Iranian city of Ahvaz that killed at least 25 people.
Transitions Online interviewed RFE/RL President Thomas Kent on the resumption of RFE/RL news services for Romania and Bulgaria.
On September 23, Massis Post and The Financial cited RFE/RL Armenian Service reporting on the landslide victory by the election bloc backing Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian in municipal elections in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.
On September 20, Newsweek cited RFE/RL reporting in an article on Russian police indifference to homophobic online hate speech, and on continuing debate in Georgia over the proposed legalization of the cultivation and export of cannabis for medical purposes.
On September 19, The OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, Kyiv Post, and The Financial welcomed the interim measure adopted by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ordering the Ukrainian government not to access any data from the cell phone of RFE/RL investigative reporter Natalya Sedletska.
Charter ’97 cited RFE/RL Belarusian Service reporting on police filing charges against a Belarusian civil activist who was protesting against a restaurant operating next to the site of the 1930’s mass execution site in the Kurapaty forest outside of the capital, Minsk.
Payvand cited RFE/RL Radio Farda reporting in articles on Iranian President Rouhani and Foreign Minister Zarif’s participation in the UN General Assembly in New York and call by a leader of a party supporting Rouhani that the president resign, and also re-posted an article by RFE/RL’s Golnaz Esfandiari on Iranian films at the Oscar film awards.