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Modern-day slave trade snares Moldovans

By Allison Quinn

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Editor’s Note: This investigation was conducted by the Objective investigative reporting project in Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova. The program is financially supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, and implemented by a joint venture between NIRAS and BBC Media Action.  2,545 more words

Investigations

Un Președinte la locul lui

Atunci când vine vorba despre Președintele țării, foarte mulți îl vor invinui de faptul că vorbeștea prea puțin, nu prea se afișează în public. Cu alte cuvinte, nu se dă în spectacol! 240 more words

Moldova

Sports complex stalls in Moldova’s Gagauzia amid shady deals

By Dumitru Lazur, Irina Codrean

Editor’s Note: This investigation was conducted by the Objective investigative reporting project in Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova. The program is financially supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, and implemented by a joint venture between NIRAS and BBC Media Action.  1,519 more words

Investigations

Agitprop

Not too long ago, someone left an angry comment on this blog, complaining that s/he came for stories about wine and other “pleasant” subjects, and didn’t want to hear any more pro-Russian stories. 1,418 more words

Romania

Gagauz Autonomy Marks 20 Years of Pride and Prejudice

Autonomous Territorial Unit of Gagauzia was established on December 23, 1994 when the Law on its special status was passed by the Moldovan Parliament in line with the newly adopted Constitution, approved in July the same year.   683 more words

Moldova

Please help these animals!

Fact: people who help others are happier. Now that you know there is something in it for you, please click here and read the amazing stories of the dogs at the Areal Dog Shelter. They really need your help!

Western Media's Ukraine Narrative Continuing to Strain Credibility

It seems that there are no lengths the Western press will not go to, in order to wage their propaganda war against Putin’s Russia. The Guardian’s Moscow correspondent, Shaun Walker, is suggesting that Russia’s current economic woes may result in a ‘palace coup’ – as the country’s elites see their fortunes decline. 1,216 more words

Ukraine