In an escalation of ongoing efforts to thwart Radio Farda, Iranian authorities are interrogating journalists' family members in Iran.
During a visit to RFE/RL in Prague, Bosnian Foreign Minister Zlatko Lagumdzija talked about his country and the presidential elections in neighboring Serbia.
RFE/RL pays video tribute to journalists working in some of the world's most dangerous and restrictive environments.
RFE/RL's Ismayilova named IWMF award winner as watchdog groups speak out against increasingly hostile acts towards journalists.
Coverage from RFE/RL's Balkan Service highlighting the dangerous plight of illegal migrants on the Macedonia-Serbia border led to the break-up of a human trafficking ring.
RFE/RL's Georgian Service is partnering with USAID and IREX on a new, state-of-the-art media school in Tbilisi.
The 83-year old daughter of Afghanistan’s King Amanullah has devoted the last ten years of her life -- and most of her family’s wealth -- to rebuilding her country after decades of war and destruction.
Fellowships will afford independent journalists from countries lacking a free media six months of professional, on-the-job training and development at RFE/RL's Prague headquarters.
An investigative reporter for RFE/RL's Azerbaijani Service has been targeted in a blackmail campaign.
RFE/RL's Radio Azadi marks a decade of bringing reliable news and information to the people of Afghanistan.
Over 10 journalists and bloggers were arrested in Iran in the first three weeks of 2012, according to a "real-time" report by Reporters Without Borders.
RFE/RL illuminates the side of its Prague headquarters with the image of Vaclav Havel.