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July 22, 2019

News from Eastern Europe and Centra...

Unknown assailants attacked two RFE/RL journalists in Almaty, Kazakhstan, shouting “don’t film.” And another News from Kosovo where Competitors plunged 22 meters from the historical Fshajt Bridge at an annual high-diving contest near the village of Xerxe

Could Being Distracted by Your Phon...

From mobile phones, tablets and laptop computers to all the different types of social media out there, modern day society as a whole is distracted in a way it never has before

Old Fashioned Steam Train Still Thr...

There is an allure and excitement to the power of an old-fashioned steam train. Coal powered trains plied the rails in the United States for 175 years, starting in the 1830’s, and were an integral part of America’s westward expansion and industrial revolution

July 21, 2019

Protesting women candidates warn of...

The frustrated, protesting parliamentary election’s women candidates on Saturday yet again took to the streets, employing a rare method of resistance and political protest by locking themselves inside cages atop two vehicles and traveled through Kabul roads a few kilometers

July 19, 2019

We Want Peace, Not ‘External Deal...

Former president Hmaid Karzai at a gathering in Kabul on Thursday said that Afghans want peace but not external deals on their soil between the US and other countries

Zimbabwe’s Food Situation Mov...

The United Nations says Zimbabwe’s food situation is moving from a crisis to an emergency. It says a majority of the population is food insecure because of El Nino-induced drought and the ongoing economic meltdown

Georgian Journalists Say Independen...

Georgian journalists staged a live on-air protest, after a European Court decision paved the way for the Rustavi-2 TV station, seen as an opposition channel, to pass into the ownership of a businessman they see as close to the government

Pakistan Elections Expected to Brin...

An area in northwestern Pakistan known for militant activities and the Taliban’s presence holds a special election Saturday. The vote is part of an effort that began last year to merge the former lawless tribal belt into a neighboring province

Puerto Rico Governor Resists Calls ...

The governor of Puerto Rico is not backing down despite massive street protests in the capital, San Juan, demanding his resignation. Thousands of people have taken to the streets after Puerto Rico’s Center for Investigative Journalism published nearly 900 pages of leaked text messages in which Gov. Ricardo Rossello used homophobic and misogynistic language

Living and Dying in Battle for Liby...

As Libya’s two rival governments fight for control of the capital, Tripoli, airstrikes and artillery fire continue to batter the city. Nearly 1,100 people have died and more than 100,000 have been displaced by the war

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