AJ+, CNN, Russia Today, and the Russian Defense Ministry-run TV channel "Zvezda" re-posted RFE/RL’s video on Ukrainian soldiers who created a throne resembling that in the popular "Game of Thrones” TV series
The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Seeker, and Politico cited reporting by RFE/RL's Christopher Miller on the network of Ukrainian "hacktivists" behind the recent releases of emails allegedly written by Kremlin advisor Vladislav Surkov.
The investigative journalism group Bellingcat cited RFE/RL reporting from 2012 in an article, "Observation Missions ‘Part of the Playbook’ of Russian Interference in US Elections" that examines past performance of Russian election monitors "to show why Russia observes US elections."
The Czech weekly magazine E15 interviewed RFE/RL's Brian Whitmore about current events and trends in Russia.
Human Rights Watch posted a report on RFE/RL Turkmen Service correspondent Soltan Achilova, who was questioned by police in the Turkmenistan capital, Ashgabat on October 25, 2016, then assaulted and robbed by unknown assailants. The assault on Achilova was the latest in a series of attacks on RFE/RL correspondents in Turkmenistan, including Saparmamed Nepeskuliev, who has been held incommunicado since his arrest in July 2015.
International Business Times UK cited RFE/RL reporting in an article about an alleged plot by Russian nationalists to assassinate Milo Djukanovic, the prime minister of Montenegro, and prevent the country from joining NATO.
BBC World Service's "Outlook" program featured an interview (26:59-35:08) with RFE/RL photojournalist Amos Chapple about his visits to Oymyakon, Russia (lowest recorded temperature in a habitat center) and with "mammoth pirates" in Siberia.
The Guardian newspaper interviewed RFE/RL's Abubakar Siddique for an article on the decision of Sharbat Gula, the woman made famous in the iconic 1984 National Geographic photo of her as a young girl in a refugee camp in Pakistan, to reject a last-minute offer to suspend her deportation to Afghanistan.
Business Insider re-posts RFE/RL Senior Russia Analyst Brian Whitmore's November 9 post for "The Power Vertical" blog, on U.S.-Russia relations following Donald Trump's election as the next president of the U.S.