After what happened to Crimea in Ukraine, many people have started to wonder what will happen to the three breakaway states of Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Transnistria. 820 more words
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Russia is not responsible for the crisis in Ukraine. The US State Department engineered the fascist-backed coup that toppled Ukraine’s democratically-elected president Viktor Yanukovych and replaced him with the American puppet Arseniy Yatsenyuk, a former banker. 2,499 more words
There are fears in Moldova that the autonomous Gagauzia region will seek to repeat Crimea’s example by joining Russia. The impoverished region voted in February to increase trade ties with Russia and Al Jazeera spoke to labourers who say they see a better economic future away from Europe. 8 more words
By Kate O’Sullivan and Laura Benitez Apr 8 2014
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“Journalists wanted for international news agency,” read the Guardian job ad. As an editor in an industry where legitimate opportunities are few and far between, you apply for pretty much any full-time job you see, so apply we did.