18 August 2004
Identity Crisis Premium
A Romani activist says many barriers face Montenegro's diverse Romani communities, including some erected by the Roma themselves.
By Aida Ramusovic
18 August 2004
Hiding From St. Nick’s Package Premium
Based on the number of cars with handicapped permits parked in downtown Budapest, Hungary would seem to be facing an unprecedented health crisis. It’s not.
By Judit Szakacs
Bucharest's Mayor Traian Basescu
16 August 2004
The Perils of Privatization Premium
Bucharest's mayor and other opposition figures face corruption charges as their parties' ratings continue to climb.
By Razvan Amariei
16 August 2004
Winning Isn't Everything, But It Helps Premium
For countries needing a boost in their self-confidence, the Olympics still offer a rare opportunity to shine on the world stage and instill some national pride.
16 August 2004
Drawing the Line Premium
Macedonia’s parliament adopts contentious new laws to redraw municipal boundaries.
By Biljana Stavrova
16 August 2004
Anthem Frenzy Premium
Should they win any gold at Athens, Serbia and Montenegro’s athletes will listen to the old Yugoslav anthem.
By Sasha Grubanovic
Karel Hoffmann
16 August 2004
Treason's True Bed Premium
Thirty-four years later, a Czech finally goes to prison for colluding in the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia.


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