After the Russian annexation, journalists had to choose between leaving, embracing a pro-Russian stance, or avoiding politics altogether. From Euroradio.
Russian lawmakers want to ban kids from social media, require ‘real name’ registration. From Global Voices.
Fake news reports about visa-free travel to the U.S. give false hope to Azerbaijanis.
Europe’s top human rights court tells parties in long-running battle for ownership of Georgian TV station to take a pause.
News agencies in Estonia and Latvia cease their cooperation with the Baltic branches of Russian government-controlled news agency.
The Kremlin denies ordering Russian TV to slash coverage of the U.S. leader.
More than half a year after the death of journalist Pavel Sheremet, his colleagues are frustrated about the apparent lack of progress in finding his killers. From Hromadske.
Moldova has been a regional leader in open government, but the media recently launched a campaign to highlight backtracking on commitments to greater transparency.
Tabloid tells abusers how to exploit Russia's decriminalization of domestic violence.
The anti-Belarus smear campaign in Russian media has gained momentum and even led to arrests at the end of last year.
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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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