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Radio Tavisupleba provides politically and financially independent journalism in a polarized media landscape.

Azerbaijani Service

Despite near-total government control over the media, Radio Azadliq has built a reputation as a leading source of independent news in Azerbaijan.

Armenian Service

RFE/RL’s Armenian Service pairs exemplary journalism with digital innovation to become a leading source of credible, independent news.

Journalists in Trouble: RFE/RL Hosts Wife of Imprisoned Crimean Journalist in Washington, D.C.

RFE/RL hosts Kateryna Yesypenko in D.C.; Armenian journalists targeted with Pegasus spyware; RFE/RL marks International Day of Solidarity with Political Prisoners in Belarus; and more.

Journalists in Trouble: World Press Freedom Day Edition

A Kyrgyz court approves request to shut down Radio Azattyk; RFE/RL renews call for the release of imprisoned journalists in Belarus and Russian-occupied Crimea; and more.

RFE/RL Launches “Current Time Baltics” to Counter Kremlin Propaganda

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) launched “Current Time Baltics” on its Russian-language television and digital network Current Time.

Journalists in Trouble: June 2022

RFE/RL journalists beaten and threatened in Tajikistan; Azerbaijani journalist threatened at knifepoint; Pulitzer Prize board honors Ukrainian journalists; and more.

RFE/RL President Describes Media Challenges During CSCE Hearing

In testimony before the U.S. Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE) earlier this week, RFE/RL President Jamie Fly addressed the increased pressure faced by RFE/RL journalists.

RFE/RL’s Fly Presses Officials On Journalist Safety During Visit To Georgia, Armenia

RFE/RL President Jamie Fly addressed the importance of press freedom and journalist safety during visits last week to Georgia and Armenia.

RFE/RL Outraged By Pegasus Project Revelations Involving Azerbaijani Service Journalists

RFE/RL President and CEO Jamie Fly expressed outrage at revelations that the smartphones of RFE/RL journalists may have been targeted for infection with the Pegasus spyware application.