• Kasparov: 'Putin Is Accountable For This Bloodshed'
    Former chess champion and Russian pro-democracy activist Garry Kasparov talks to RFE/RL about his friendship with slain opposition leader Boris Nemtsov -- and what his killing means for President Vladimir Putin and the country's embattled opposition.
  • IS Militants Can Play Table Football -- As Long As Figures Are 'Beheaded'
    What do militants from the Islamic State (IS) group do to relax? An IS fatwa now permits militants with a few hours to kill to play table football -- but only as long as the game's figures have had their heads cut off.
  • RFE/RL Video Roundup - March 2
    Kyrgyz politicians honor slain Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, Moldovans commemorate the victims of the Transdniester conflict, and Afghan officials announce sweeping reforms to the police force, plus news from Iraq.
  • Russian Security Expert: Time, Place Of Nemtsov's Killing Had 'Symbolic Significance'
    The investigation into the February 27 killing in Moscow of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov is under way, being overseen at the highest levels of Russian law enforcement. Yet security analyst Andrei Soldatov feels confident the killers will never be brought to justice.
  • Kyrgyz Intelligence Claims IS Penetrating South Of Country
    Radical organizations like the Islamic State (IS) group have started to penetrate into southern Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan's Andijon region in the east of the Ferghana valley, Kyrgyzstan's State Committee for National Security (GKNB) has claimed.
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