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13 February 2014
School’s Out Premium

The wave of Syrian refugees into Bulgaria isn’t just a humanitarian crisis – it’s an educational crisis, too

By Ivaylo Spasov
 
10 October 2013
The Mirror Image of Nagorno-Karabakh Premium

At the top, the rhetoric over the disputed territory is increasingly bellicose, but among the region’s people, it hits a proud and mournful note.

By Bulgarian National Television
 
31 July 2013
Songs of Themselves Premium

The millennia-old musical tradition of aitysh remains relevant in modern Kyrgyzstan.

By Aibolot Aidosov
 
10 January 2013
Looking Back to the Future
TOL slide show: Daily life is often a struggle for survival in Tajikistan’s remote and restive east
By Alec Forss
 
15 March 2012
In Kyrgyzstan, a Feeling for Felt

TOL video: Nomadic tradition makes a mark in haute couture, and in Kyrgyz women’s economic lives.

By Dina Tokbaeva
 
6 March 2012
Pictures of an Opposition

TOL slide show: Following Putin’s re-election, Russians pack a Moscow square to rally against the old new president.

By Katherine Brooks
 
29 February 2012
Tracking the Habits of the Russian Political Animal

TOL Talk: A Russian sociologist considers the divisions in his country and the chances for democracy to take root.

By Barbara Frye
 
23 December 2011
Political Harmony Premium

The Hungarian parliament heard a lot of raised voices this year, but none so sweet as these.

By Peter Murphy and Attila Volgyi
 
4 November 2011
Tajik Falak and Tuvan Rock Premium

TOL podcast: Rock, folk, and world music artist Lu Edmonds on the music of Central Asia and his work to preserve and promote it.

By Andy Markowitz
 
14 October 2011
Working Hard to Make a Living Premium

At an age when most Bulgarians are retired, a shoeshine man in Sofia keeps working to supplement his meager pension.

By TOL
 

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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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