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12 July 2004
The Return of the Bolsheviks and Mensheviks? Premium
Russia’s Communist Party splits, leaving the party’s longtime leader in the dark about his future.
By Dmitri Litvinovich
 
12 July 2004
The Final Countdown? Premium
Yukos head offers up his shares in a last-ditch attempt to save the company.
By Sergei Borisov
 
12 July 2004
The Delicate Problem of Dual Citizenship Premium
Among the countries of the former Yugoslavia, dual citizenship rights are complicating the search for justice.
By Igor Tintor
 
12 July 2004
Russian Journalism’s Latest Victim Premium
Forbes editor shot and killed in Moscow.
By TOL
 
9 July 2004
A Class of Their Own Premium
Journalists from the Roma Press Center visited two Hungarian schools to see how children fared in classes for mentally disabled students.
By Bela Berkes
 
9 July 2004
Schools for Scandal Premium
'The special-school system has reverted back, since 1989, to the function sustained under the Third Reich.'
By RomaniWorld
 
6 July 2004
For the Mutual Benefit? Premium
Russians begin to face up to the loss of Soviet-style benefits.
By Sergei Borisov
 
6 July 2004
Beating Muslims Premium
Two police raids in one week on a Baku mosque end in beatings, evictions, and accusations of religious intolerance.
By Compiled from Forum 18 reports
 

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