Life after the war: Georgia and Moldova

Georgia and Moldova both have in common hospitality, good wine and deep wounds in the history of the last quarter century of their countries. Two wars in Georgia and one in Moldova, orchestrated by the Russian Federation, have split territories, cost human lives, separated families and wounded people. After

Cornelia Cozonac, Marin Bogonovschi (R.Moldova), Nino Gogua (Georgia)
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The pro-Moscow media

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Video // Illegal business with weddings and christening parties at the museum complex Old Orhei

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How Ukrainians "force” the door to West by faking Moldovan passports

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Cross-border mafia: the kings of acid tar

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Bait in the legal profession. How the guild was fooled

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