January 6, 2014

About Our Networks

— Congratulations to journalists within our networks who report on Asia. Asia Radio Today does a rundown of awards they received in 2013.

— Washington Post mentions RFE/RL being taken off AM in list of “highs and lows” in U.S.-Russia relationship.

Citations of BBG Networks

— Cambodian government troops kill at least four garment workers. Los Angeles Times cites Voice of America report that police shot directly into crowds.

— Wall Street Journal’s Mary Kissel tweets Radio Free Asia video of Cambodia crackdown.

— Traditional values? Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty’s Brian Whitmore cited in Foreign Policy for analysis on Russia’s new “international brand

— Chosun Ilbo cites Radio Free Asia report of contraband ski equipment at new North Korean ski resort.

— “It’s a museum item. It should be in a museum.” The Telegraph discusses Gulnara Karimova’s mysteriously extensive art collection, cites RFE/RL Uzbek.

— Yonhap cites VOA report that International Red Cross is cutting 2014 aid to North Korea.

— Will Myanmar constitution be revised to allow Aung San Suu Kyi to run for president? Burma News International cites RFA reporting.

— NATO soldier killed in Afghanistan. UPI cites VOA reporting.

— Al-Qaida group declares dominance over Iraqi city of Fallujah. UPI cites VOA reporting.

Of Interest

— Kim Jung Un probably didn’t feed his uncle to 120 ravenous dogs.

— Ukrainians bring mirrors to protests.

— Register your SIM card or lose your service.

— American University PhD student goes missing¬†spearfishing in Persian Gulf.

—¬†Community newspaper for felons and the guards who keep them there

— A global internet mystery.

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