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Aleksey Yaroshevsky

Moldovan TV broadcasts more than just entertainment
A range of new media outlets in Moldova are being accused of trying to influence audiences politically. Critics say Romanian sponsors control the content of TV news and publications to promote reunification with the country.

24.01.2011 02:43

Bombers terrorize Ukrainian city
Unknown individuals are demanding four million euros from authorities in the Ukrainian city of Makeevka, otherwise they threaten to detonate bombs around the city.

20.01.2011 11:13

Latvia rapidly descends the freedom of speech ladder
The Baltic state of Latvia used to rank highly on international surveys assessing the freedom of the press. But a series of incidents involving raids on the homes of journalists are pointing to a change in direction, sparking international concern.

19.01.2011 07:12

Ukraine wants Chernobyl exclusion zone to bear fruit
Ukraine has plans to develop agricultural land in the Chernobyl exclusion zone. And the idea has enough supporters to be implemented – but still faces legal hurdles.

06.01.2011 04:07

”Drinking buddy for hire”: service for the lonely
The holiday season is a time for many to hit the town and share a few drinks with friends, but that is a problem if you have no one close by. In Ukraine, there is a solution. There, you can hire a drinking buddy.

03.01.2011 09:51

A host of venues – Russia wins either way
Russia is hotly tipped in the 2018 race for the right to hold World Cup as it locks horns with England, as well as joint bids from Spain/Portugal, and the Netherlands/Belgium.

02.12.2010 05:50

WikiLeaks releases new portion of classified data
The world's biggest media outlets, including The Guardian, The New York Times and Le Monde, have published the first of a new batch of secret materials obtained by WikiLeaks.

29.11.2010 05:09

Tongue-tied: Lithuania’s Polish minority banned from using native language
Poles in Lithuania say they are being persecuted for using their native language to spell Polish street names and even surnames. But authorities in Vilnius insist they are simply upholding the law.

26.11.2010 06:51

Radiation therapy – new European cap for Chernobyl
As scientists warn that much of the nuclear material still remains in Chernobyl, Europe is already building a new dome over the contaminated plant in order to protect the continent from another nuclear disaster.

19.11.2010 06:40