RFE/RL's Uzbek Service exploited the power of new media to reach audiences and break records in the days surrounding President Islam Karimov's death.
Power sharing rather than political transition may best describe Uzbekistan's governing model over the next few months, with open questions and wild cards about what happens after.
RFE/RL President Thomas Kent met on September 6 with Armenian President Serzh Sarkisian, and called for a rapid and transparent investigation of a July 29 attack on RFE/RL correspondents in Yerevan.
International media groups have intensified efforts to support Mykola Semena, a Crimean journalist and RFE/RL contributor, calling on Russian authorities to allow him to leave the peninsula to receive medical care.
A court in Uzbekistan today sentenced the brother of an RFE/RL journalist to in prison in the latest government action involving persons affiliated with the media company's Uzbek Service.
An Azerbaijani court will convene on August 3 to hear RFE/RL’s appeal against the closure of the company's Baku bureau in December 2014 on charges RFE/RL insists are baseless.
Three RFE/RL Armenian Service journalists were attacked by a large group of plainclothes men late on July 29, while they were covering clashes between riot police and protesters in Yerevan.
Marking one year since the detention of RFE/RL contributor Saparmamed Nepeskuliev, RFE/RL joins a chorus of international organizations calling for his freedom.
Thomas Kent, a longtime Associated Press journalist, has been appointed the new President of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL), effective June 27.
RFE/RL welcomed the publication this week of an online, fully searchable database of audio programs produced over decades by its Russian Service, known as Radio Svoboda.
Elated but defiant, RFE/RL journalist Khadija Ismayilova walked out of prison in Baku today -- and vowed to take the Azerbaijani government to court to hold it accountable for concocting a case against her on political grounds.
The chief of RFE/RL’s Crimea news website says that neither the website’s editors nor RFE/RL was warned of claims against the site before Russia's internet regulator began to block access to it.