Around the Bloc

5 March 2018
Bosnia’s Veterans and Victims Fight for Compensation

War veterans block roads to demand higher benefits from a state that claims it can’t afford it.

2 March 2018
NRA’s Ties to Russian Banker Probed

Alexander Torshin boasted of his NRA membership, and sought meetings with Trump.

2 March 2018
U.S. Confirms Antitank Missile Sale to Ukraine

Head of Pentagon’s DARPA tech incubator says the agency is working with local partners.

2 March 2018
Armenian Lawmakers Choose New President

Outgoing leader Sargsyan denies speculations he will seek to become prime minister, although his party backs the move.

1 March 2018
Croatian Politicians Divided Over Proposal to Revive WWII-Era Salute

Historical commission issues recommendations that Ustashe-era salute could be used under certain circumstances, while some argue that it should be buried altogether.

1 March 2018
Russia and Ukraine Locked in Gas-Related Court Battle

A four-year dispute over gas deliveries between Russian and Ukrainian energy giants ended in a court ruling on Wednesday, only to spark new disagreements.

28 February 2018
New Details Emerge in the Case of Murdered Slovak Journalist

Jan Kuciak had been investigating links between Slovak politicians and the Italian mafia organization ‘Ndrangheta.

28 February 2018
The Museum of Anti-Terrorist Operations

What was thought as a way to remember the victims of a bloody conflict, and point fingers at the enemy, might turn out to be a unique instrument of identity-building in Ukraine.

By Abel Polese
27 February 2018
Diplomatic Row Brews Over a Death in South Ossetia

Authorities in the breakaway statelet claim a Georgian terrorist suspect died of heart failure after resisting his captors.

27 February 2018
Tech Giants vs. Russian Censor

In incidents involving two Kremlin critics, social media moguls probe the limits of Russia’s clampdown on dissent.



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Moldovan diaries

The Moldovan Diaries is a multimedia, interactive examination of the country's ethnic, religious, social and political identities by Paolo Paterlini and Cesare De Giglio.

This innovative approach to story telling gives voice to ordinary people and takes the reader on the virtual trip across Moldovan rural and urban landscapes. 

It is a unique and intimate map of the nation.

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