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With its headquarters in Washington, D.C., with eight offshore bureaux and bureaux, RFA is a privately held, non-profit, multimedial news company. XRF provides award-winning local news coverage and non-censored material for individuals in six Asia nations that limit expression, free expression, free newspapers and easy and trustworthy information beyond their own frontiers. In some of the world's toughest mediums, RFA works with local reporter and stringer and huge local network of cultured resources, citizens' writers and eye-witnesses who deliver leaders, advice, images and videos - often at great individual peril - to make sure their compatriots and wives receive precise, up-to-date news and information about what is going on in their neighborhood.
On June 11, RFA broadcasted its last full-length television program via the Myanmar MRTV television station on Myanmar's Demographic Voice of Burma (DVB) after the Myanmar authorities demanded that DVB would stop broadcasting programs if the term "Rohingya" was used. In this web study, the long persecuted Muslim Rohingya group in Myanmar is examined by means of graphs, video, key quotations and newscast.
Over 600,000 Rohingya Muslims, among them about 20,000 expecting mothers, escaped from Myanmar's state of Rakhine in August last year after a counteroffensive. Libby Liu, RFA President, condemns the decrease in media freedoms across Asia according to the RSF 2018 Reporting. Radiofree-Free Asia (RFA) won a gold award in the Biography/Profiles section at the New York Festivals TV & Film Awards 2018 for its TV programme "Child Solider Recalls his Plight".
Explorative web serie "Ein Fluss in Gefahr: Mekong Under China's Control" won a sterling prize in the Best Online News Program cat. RFA's one-year long RFA serie Between Identity and Integration - The Uyghur in the West, which included detective coverage in four different EU member states, traced the Uyghur émigrés' journey from West China to Europe over the years.
RFA's on-line television show on Asian traffic in humans, "Breaking Free: Stories of Escape from Traffickers", was chosen as a winner in the Best News section of the New York Festival's International Radio Programming Competition in June. RFA's on-line television show on Asian traffic in humans, "Breaking Free: Stories of Escape from Traffickers", was chosen as a winner in the Best News section of the World's Best Television and Film Contests at the New York Festival in June.