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Media Highlights – September 20, 2012

Media Highlights – September 20, 2012 –View in Your Browser * View previous Media Highlights About Our Broadcasters Vicious circle of disappearing journalists – Reporters Without Borders, September 20, 2012 Two journalists working for US-funded Al-Hurra TV went missing in Aleppo exactly a month ago […]

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Media Highlights – September 19, 2012

Media Highlights – September 19, 2012 About Our Broadcasters  Bush: Suu Kyi’s Long Journey to Freedom – Wall Street Journal, September 18, 2012 Thanks to the U.S.-funded Radio Free Asia and the BBC, the people of Burma knew that they were not forgotten. Like the Cold War dissidents in […]

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Media Highlights – September 18, 2012

Media Highlights – September 18, 2012 About Our Broadcasters Keep on Tweetin’ – Foreign Policy, September 17, 2012 Michael McFaul, the U.S. ambassador in Moscow, can communicate directly with millions of Russians on social media. Anti-American media can’t block him out or distort what he’s […]

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Media Highlights – September 17, 2012

Media Highlights – September 17, 2012 About Our Broadcasters Nobel laureate Suu Kyi visits US, milestone in her journey from prisoner to stateswoman – AP, September 17, 2012 She spends four days in Washington, where she will meet with Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton […]

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Media Highlights – September 14, 2012

Media Highlights – September 14, 2012 About Our Broadcasters Stu Bykofsky: How to fight ‘their Islam’ – Philadelphia Daily News, September 14, 2012 It’s hard to overcome generations of ignorance, but there are some things we can do. First, ramp up operations of the Voice […]

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Media Highlights – September 13, 2012

Media Highlights – September 13, 2012  About Our Broadcasters  President Nominates NBCU International Chief Jeff Shell to Head BBG – Broadcasting & Cable, September 12, 2012 Jeff Shell, president of NBCUniversal International, has been nominated by President Barack Obama to be chairman of the Broadcasting Board of Governors. Cuba […]

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Media Highlights – September 12, 2012

Media Highlights – September 12, 2012 About Our Broadcasters Ian Burrell: The world’s most isolated people could do with London calling – The Independent, September 10, 2012 Members of the social elite and those living close to borders are most likely to be able to […]

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Media Highlights – September 11, 2012

Media Highlights – September 11, 2012 About Our Broadcasters Syria: ANHRI condmens the detention and the fabrication of charges of terrorism against a Turkish journalist – Arabic Network for Human Rights Information, September 9, 2012 ANHRI denounces, the detain Turkish photo-journalist “Junaid Unal” and the […]

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Media Highlights – September 10, 2012

Media Highlights – September 10, 2012 About Our Broadcasters Nigeria: Why We Attacked Telecoms Facilities – Boko Haram – AllAfrica, September 7, 2012 A statement written in Hausa and signed by Abul-Qaqa equally threatened attacks on the facilities of the Voice of America (VOA) as […]

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Media Highlights – September 7, 2012

Media Highlights – September 7, 2012 About Our Broadcasters BBG Renews Call for Info on Missing Journalists – Broadcasting & Cable, September 5, 2012 The Broadcasting Board of Governors Thursday again pressed the Syrian government on the whereabouts of a pair of missing journalists. Bashar […]

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  • Imprisoned in Azerbaijan

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    Investigative journalist and RFE/RL contributor Khadija Ismayilova was arrested and detained on Dec 5, 2014. On Sept 1, 2015 she was sentenced to 7 1/2 years in prison.


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    in prison

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