Freedom of the press is not to be found in the Dniester region, where the media operate under restraints reminiscent of the communist era. Local media reflect the interest of various groupings, each more communist than the next by DAN IONESCU MOLDOVA’S BREAKAWAY DNIESTER region (Pridnestrovye, better known in the West as Transdniestria) is saturated […]

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