Society

29 June 2016
Former Moldovan Prime Minister Gets Long Prison Term

Vlad Filat says he’s being made a scapegoat for the “theft of the century” bank fraud scandal.

 
29 June 2016
Poland to Relocate Soviet Monuments

Plan will likely elicit strong response from Moscow, which hasn’t been consulted.

 
29 June 2016
Georgia: Liberal Values Suffer Setback

Intolerance appears to have the upper hand in an ongoing food fight in the Georgian capital Tbilisi. From EurasiaNet.

By Giorgi Lomsadze
 
28 June 2016
Georgia Ends Mandatory Military Conscription
Ruling party slams defense chief’s move as pre-election maneuvering.
 
27 June 2016
Russian Anti-Terror Bill Is Disguised Repression, Critics Charge

The bill includes provisions for government communication surveillance and harsh penalties for propagating extremism online.

 
27 June 2016
Moldova Seizes Uranium, Detains Suspected Smugglers

Security services aided by FBI have stopped at least four attempts to smuggle radioactive materials out of the country.

 
27 June 2016
Pope Draws Turkish Ire for G-Word

Francis exhibited a ‘Crusade mentality’ on his trip to Armenia, Turkish deputy PM charges.

 
24 June 2016
Prague May Get Driverless Buses

If all goes according to plan, residents of the Czech capital might soon be surprised to enter city buses without anyone behind the wheel.

 

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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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