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Briefly...About Media Freedom
Series Of Short Video Interviews With RFE/RL Journalists
Freshta Jalalzai, a journalist with RFE/RL’s Afghan Service, known locally as Radio Azadi, talks about the expectations Afghan women have for the negotiation process, and the role of radio, and the Afghan Service, in making their voices heard. Briefly is a series of short video interviews with RFE/RL journalists about their work and the challenges they face.
RFE/RL Kazakh Service journalist Aigerim Toleukhanova talks about media development in Central Asia, the challenges facing journalists in Kazakhstan, and prepping for a big interview. Briefly is a series of short video interviews with RFE/RL journalists about their work and the challenges they face.
A car belonging to RFE/RL correspondent Halyna Tereshchuk was torched while parked in front of her home in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv on January 29. Tereshchuk was not in the car at the time, and no other vehicles nearby were damaged. Tereshchuk, who has worked for RFE/RL since 2000, has said she suspects the attack was linked to her professional activities.