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The Rundown -- June 13

RFE/RL In The Media
# "The Guardian," the Heritage Foundation, and CPJ cite RFE/RL reporting on media censorship in Iran
# "Al-Monitor" cites RFE/RL reporting on Syrian refugees in Iraq

International Press Review

# "Iran, the United States and 'the Cup of Poison'" - Charbonneau & Hafezi, "Reuters"
# Gmail users beware
# "The Iran Coverage Conundrum" - Jared Malsin, "Columbia Journalism Review"
# "Missing Mahmoud" - Reza Aslan, "Foreign Policy"
# "Ayatollah Khamenei Is Iran’s Supreme Investor" - Meir Javedanfar, "Bloomberg"
# The Supreme Leader does not have the vote of his brother

# How Russia can use PRISM
# "Yakuninhof" - Yulia Latynina, "Moscow Times"
# "Why is Russia so Homophobic" - Olga Khazan, "The Atlantic"

# "The Filthy Rich Election" - Tariq Ali, "London Review of Books"
# Pakistan did not budget money for the Iran pipeline
# The U.S. military doesn't always get its reporting right
# Pakistan's defense budget will get a bit of a hike

Of Interest
# The state of EU accession talks with Turkey
# How fire burns in space
# On turning off computers during storms

U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# "The PRISM Details Matter" - Mark Jaquith, "Medium"
# Investigators were hunting for Edward Snowden days before the leak
# The NSA says the surveillance worked
# "How America Lost its Nerve Abroad" - Michael Hirsh, "The Atlantic"