11 September 2000 BUCHAREST-Built during the communist era, the largest district in Bucharest, Drumul Taberei, is jam-packed with blocks of flats, squeezing people into 15 to 50 square-meter concrete boxes. Over the years, small shops and kiosks have mushroomed where grass and trees used to be. But on 16 August the neighborhood was shaken up […]

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