Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty broadcasts in 28 languages. Most of our programs are available on FM and medium-wave frequencies of local radio stations in the countries of our broadcast area. If you are having problems listening to programs on the internet, please read our technical help document
A former UN and EU adviser in Afghanistan sees the Pakistani Taliban fragmenting into armed criminal gangs while the organizationally strong Afghan Taliban is likely to find peace with Kabul.
Afghaistan's top soldier is optimistic about embarking on antiterrrorism cooperation with Pakistan.
The Afghan Taliban and government representatives are expected to resume stalled talks. Chinese and Pakistani representatives are also expected to participate in the negotiations.
A senior politician and close ally of Pakistani prime minister has said Nawaz Sharif is committed to full-fledged democracy. More
Edwardes College is located in the northwestern Pakistani city of Peshawar. Like other liberal institutions of higher learning, the school has faced opposition from radical clerics. Robin Brooke-Smith, author and a former principal of the college, took these pictures in 2000.
Former principal from college in Peshawar calls on government to invest in liberal education. More
As if there were not enough militant problems for Central Asia already, some sources suggest the Islamic militant group currently dominating world headlines is also Central Asia’s greatest extremist challenge. More
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty © 2014 RFE/RL, Inc. All Rights Reserved.