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Over the last two decades, some of RFE/RL’s European language services have closed as local independent media took their place, but new services have also opened for countries still struggling to overcome autocratic institutions, violations of human rights, centralized economies, ethnic and religious hostilities, regional conflicts, and controlled media. In the Balkans, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, and throughout Central Asia and the Caucasus, RFE/RL provides uncensored news, responsible discussion, and open debate.
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Kambiz Hosseini moderates a new satire program for RFE/RL's Persian Language Service, Radio Farda.  December 26, 2014. 
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Kambiz Hosseini moderates a new satire program for RFE/RL's Persian Language Service, Radio Farda.  December 26, 2014. 

Georgia--Marina Vashakmadze multitasks as RFE/RL's Tbilisi bureau chief and one of the presenters of the Georgian Service's award winning women's program, Gender Stories. 
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Georgia--Marina Vashakmadze multitasks as RFE/RL's Tbilisi bureau chief and one of the presenters of the Georgian Service's award winning women's program, Gender Stories. 

Azerbaijan--Award winning investigative reporter and RFE/RL contributor Khadija Ismayilova has been in jail since Dec. 2014​ ​in what is widely viewed as an act of retribution by Azeri authorities for exposing corruption linked to the country’s ruling family.
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Azerbaijan--Award winning investigative reporter and RFE/RL contributor Khadija Ismayilova has been in jail since Dec. 2014​ ​in what is widely viewed as an act of retribution by Azeri authorities for exposing corruption linked to the country’s ruling family.

Sergei Dorofeev, presenter of  Current Time, RFE/RL's new TV news program for Russian speakers in countries bordering Russia. 
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Sergei Dorofeev, presenter of  Current Time, RFE/RL's new TV news program for Russian speakers in countries bordering Russia. 

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