• Afghanistan's First Lady Seeks To Blaze New Trail
    Afghanistan's new first lady has taken a bold public stance on women's rights, signaling her intention to play an active role as presidential spouse. Born and raised in a Christian family in Lebanon, Rula Ghani made her remarks in an exclusive interview with RFE/RL's Radio Free Afghanistan correspondent Malali Bashir.
  • RFE/RL Video Roundup - November 28
    Romania's president-elect visits ahead of crucial parliamentary elections in Moldova, aid for ethnic Kyrgyz in the Pamir Mountains of Afghanistan, plus stories from Kazakhstan and Georgia. (RFE/RL)
  • Cameron To Curb Benefits For Immigrants, Warns On British EU Exit
    British Prime Minister David Cameron has promised tough curbs on welfare for European Union migrants and warned European leaders that attempting to block them could put Britain's EU membership in doubt.
  • Tajik Islamic Party Labels Sex Video An 'Attack' Ahead Of Elections
    A sexually explicit video purporting to show a prominent female party official has been denounced as an attempt to discredit Tajikistan's Islamic Renaissance Party ahead of February's parliamentary elections.
  • Government Says Abducted Indians In Iraq Still Alive
    The Indian government said on November 28 it believes 39 Indian workers abducted by the Islamic State group in Iraq in June are still alive despite claims that they had been killed.
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