Plus, the 'Belarusian list' of Katyn victims is uncovered and Russian scientists are jailed for treason.
Plus, Latvian transport workers cancel their strike and is there a step-up in the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue?
Plus, Central Asian countries plan to ease visa regulations and Georgia lures residents of breakaway regions with offer of free education.
Plus, Tajik president’s relative is gunned down and the Macedonian government plays good cop, bad cop with the media.
Plus, poachers kill dozens of rare saiga antelopes in Kazakhstan and Bosnian court hands down long sentences in war crimes case.
Plus, Turkmenistan pushes print and top Kazakh official resigns over border killings.
Plus, Kazakhstan grounds Soviet-era aircraft and Serbia plans reparations for former political prisoners.
Plus, Montenegro’s EU bid stays on track despite allegations against its former prime minister, and why Bulgarian archeologists need garlic for their work.
Plus, Albanian ruling party elects the country’s president and controversial Hungarian wartime figures make a comeback.
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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.
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