Plus, Estonia to launch free public transportation and the trials of finding classic Czech Christmas ornaments.
Plus, Hungarian students plan more protests despite government climb-down and British celebs urge David Cameron to shun Lukashenka.
Plus, leading Russian activists launch a new rights body and Romania’s Basescu bows to necessity by reappointing rival Ponta as head of government.
Plus, more arrests in Balkan-wide trafficking probe, and is Georgia the next Ukraine?
Plus, Albanian leaders trade blame over another failed EU bid, and Moscow bars a march on the anniversary of last year’s mass election protest.
Plus, Lithuania’s new government is finally ready work and Russians jump to report needed repairs to a new website.
Plus, Hungary’s homelessness law comes under further scrutiny and a Siberian city where no one gets in without an invitation.
Plus, Georgian and Russian officials to hold first direct talks in four years and a Jewish leader goes on trial in Belarus.
Plus, Belarusian timber workers are barred from quitting, and a Kazakh activist is jailed as the anniversary of Zhanaozen nears.
Plus, activists demand the release of Uzbekistan’s political prisoners, and U.S. passage of the Magnitsky bill enrages Moscow.
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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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It is a unique and intimate map of the nation.