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— Reporters Without Borders mentions Radio Free Asia as one of organizations participating in the joint evaluation of the Vietnamese government’s human rights policies.
Citations of BBG Networks
— New York Times cites Radio Free Asia report on Tibetan self-immolation, raising number of self-immolations in Tibetan areas to 126.
— PBS Newshour quotes RFE/RL’s Liz Fuller in backgrounder on unrest in the North Caucasus.
— Foreign Policy quotes RFA on locations going viral after being visited by world leaders.
— Vice cites RFE/RL story on genetic testing for future Olympians in Uzbekistan.
— CPJ cites RFA on death of Cambodian journalist.
— Al Monitor quotes VOA interview with Kurdish Democratic Left Party leader on Syria.
— allAfrica cites VOA reporting on female genital mutilation in Liberia.
— Karen News cites RFA on jailing of five journalists in Burma.
— Opposition supporters were “fed up” with the Thai political system. UPI cites VOA reporting.
— Chosun Ilbo cites RFA on Jang Song-taek supporters summonsed back to North Korea.
— ThinkProgress cites reporting by RFE/RL on Serbian migrant workers fleeing Russia without pay.
— allAfrica cites VOA Somali service on al-Shabaab leader near-death misses.
— The Oregonian cites RFE/RL interview with Nick Symmonds.
— U.S. waives sanctions on Iran’s state broadcaster.
— Broadband penetration in MENA countries.
— “The military shut down unfriendly news outlets and started a campaign of intimidating journalists, both Egyptian and foreign. The repression was so random that, according to The Economist, even a film crew that was working for a Washington public relations firm hired to improve the government’s image was arrested.”
— Smartphones make you tired and unproductive.
— Journalists in Sochi should have just used Airbnb.