Turkmen Service correspondent Dovletmyrat Yazkuliyev awarded Hellman/Hammett grant by Human Rights Watch for reporting in one of the world's most closed societies.
A journalist with RFE/RL’s Kyrgyz Service was recently honored by the U.N. for his environmental journalism.
Two reporters for RFE/RL's Armenian Service, known locally as Radio Azatutyun received awards from the Institute of War and Peace Reporting (IWPR) this month for their coverage of women’s issues in Armenia.
RFE/RL's Georgian Service is recognized for promoting acceptance and respect for ethnic, religious, and social diversity by the UNDP and the Georgian Public Defender's Office.
Valentina Ursu earns the top spot for Moldova's top 10 female political journalists
Khadija Ismayilova, investigative journalist for Radio Azadliq, has received the 2012 International Women's Media Foundation's “Courage in Journalism” award
The website of RFE/RL's Tajik Service is recognized as one of the top Internet news sources in Tajikistan.
Radio Farda's Denise Ajiri wins 2012 MJ Bear Fellowship for her fearless journalism in the face of Iranian media crackdowns.
Candidates from Armenia, Azerbaijan and Moldova have been selected to join RFE/RL for 9 months of hands-on journalism training in Prague and their home countries.
An RFE/RL Armenian Service film documenting the "Last Journey" of poet Vahan Teryan earns plaudits from Armenian educators.
This year's David Burke Award goes to Radio Mashaal's Sailab Mahsud for an astonishing 40 years of reliable reporting and progress in Pakistan's tribal areas.