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18 August 2021
'Every Woman Is Really Scared,' Says Reporter In Taliban-Controlled Kabul
Current Time freelance reporter Liza Karimi describes life on the streets of Taliban-controlled Kabul, three days after the militants first entered the Afghan capital. She says many people -- especially women -- remain fearful, despite Taliban reassurances.
09 January 2021
Sadyr Japarov: From Convicted Kidnapper To Kyrgyz President?
Sadyr Japrov is considered the front-runner in Kyrgyzstan's presidential election on January 10. A little more than three months ago, he was in prison. He said charges that he took part in an attempted hostage-taking scheme were politically motivated.
04 October 2019
Russia's Path From LiveJournal Boom To Internet Crackdown
LiveJournal was founded in Seattle, but became the go-to platform for Russian activists. Then the Kremlin hit back, heralding a wider crackdown on Internet freedom. This story is part of Current Time's documentary series InterNYET: A History Of The Russian Internet.