11 October 2011
Still in Georgia but Far From Home Premium

TOL slide show: a new photo exhibit documents the daily lives of people displaced by the South Ossetia war.

By Andy Markowitz
28 September 2011
Last Days for Azerbaijan's 'Albanians'

TOL slide show: High up in the Caucasus, one of the world's oldest continuously inhabited settlements may be destined to disappear.

By Abbas Atilay
8 September 2011
In Bulgaria's Rock City, Roma Also Thrive Premium

A local administration's commitment and cooperation with minorities have made Kavarna a benchmark for integration.

By Boryana Dzhambazova
4 August 2011
In Sofia, Roma Get a Taste of Success Premium

Health workers offer a package of education, nutrition, and child care, and Roma start to expand their horizons.

By Anita Komuves
1 July 2011
Thwarting Separatism Through Language Lessons Premium

Spreading the national language will be key for the peace and prosperity of Georgia’s ethnic Armenian and Azeri regions.

20 May 2011
From Brussels to Kharkiv (or Stepanakert) With Love Premium

TOL Talk: How does the EU get past obstructions at the top to reach ordinary people in the countries to its east?

18 May 2011
Wrong Side of the Fence Premium
Gated communities continue to spring up across Poland with developers pushing a message of independence and security. But could they be doing more harm than good?
By Maciej Czarnecki
5 May 2011
Easter's Whipping Boys Premium
The Czech Republic's Easter festivities offer a celebration at once traditional and odd.
By Eve Bernhard and Andrew Fenwick
22 April 2011
Inside the Dome Premium

TOL Talk: An author offers a rare look at daily life inside the huge question mark known as Turkmenistan.

20 April 2011
An Enlightened Education Premium

A group of schools in Hungary takes a page from a Buddhist crusader to help Roma and others who need it.

By Anita Komuves



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