Even as Chișinău confirms its European path, Evghenia Guțul pledges closer ties with Moscow.
Pro-Kremlin narratives rule the information space in an autonomous region with deeply rooted ties to Moscow.
“Living life with a constant feeling of fear; this is what you have to get used to here if you are gay.”
While some Ukrainians flee shelling and occupation, those living beyond Russian lines do not believe civilians are being targeted.
How a girl’s dream to become a police officer raised the bar of gender equality in a conservative region.
But Europe’s poorest country calls for international aid to accommodate huge influx of refugees.
Conservative parties obstructed its adoption for supposedly eroding “traditional family values”.
Analysts say that politicians pander to highly localised interests amid little transparency.
Rates are half of what they are in the rest of Moldova as locals wait for Sputnik V jab.
Poor media literacy allows pro-Kremlin narratives and political distortions to flourish