Society

5 April 2004
Moldovan Journalists Begin Hunger Strike Premium
Journalists at two local radio and television stations have gone on a hunger strike.
By Angela Sirbu
 
5 April 2004
Bosnia Removes 'Serbian' Placenames Premium
On 26 March, Bosnia's constitutional court ruled that the names of 13 towns and municipalities in Republika Srpska are unconstitutional and must be changed.
By Danijel Kovačević
 
5 April 2004
Helping and Unhelpful Premium
Serbia adopts a new law on financial assistance to indicted war criminals.
By Saša Grubanović
 
5 April 2004
The Indisputable Crisis of Khodorkovsky Premium
Mikhail Khodorkovsky calls Putin Russia's 'Liberal No. 1' in a dramatic open letter.
By Dmitri Litvinovich
 
5 April 2004
A Terrorist Target Again Premium
Tashkent talks of a 'full-scale war against all of us' in a week in which terrorists kill 47 people.
By Erkin Nazarov
 
5 April 2004
The Uzbek Tinderbox Premium
Western governments and institutions should distance themselves from the tinderbox.
By TOL
 
Serbian Croats fleeing Croatia in 1995
2 April 2004
The Trials of Article 174 Premium
Croatia's lawmakers will soon revisit the touchy issue of hate speech.
By Tena Erceg
 
1 April 2004
Shopping for Kazakh Bargains Premium
Government regulations are forcing Uzbeks to go to absurd lengths to get basic goods.
By Esmer Islamov
 
31 March 2004
A Fool’s Trap Premium
The three soldiers recount for the first time the dramatic moments that ended the communist dictatorship in Romania.
By Marius Tuca, Razvan Belciuganu, Gabriel Burlacu. Adapted and translated by Marius Dragomir
 
29 March 2004
Uzbekistan's Hunt for a Terrorist Leader Premium
Pakistani police and a team of U.S.-led coalition forces are combing through mountains and forests in their search for a senior Uzbek Al Qaeda leader.
By Faruk Turaev
 

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