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At the Stanytsia Luhanska checkpoint, people who arrived from the Luhansk side are waiting for Ukrainian border guards' permission to enter the Ukrainian-controlled territory. (Photo: The Right to Protection NGO)
28 Aug 20
Some people are desperate to find a way to leave the de facto republics.
The Bridge over the Nistru river. (Photo: Aurel Obreja)
Comment
26 Aug 20
Systematic disinformation accuses Chisinau of imposing an economic and humanitarian blockade.
Luke Harding, author and former Guardian Moscow correspondent. (Photo: Courtesy of L. Harding)
Interview
25 Aug 20
A state of continuous semi-war has served the Kremlin well.
Petru Macovei, the executive director of the Association of Independent Press of Moldova, in his interview with Piotr Garciu. (Photo: Piotr Garciu)
Interview
25 Aug 20
Poor media literacy allows pro-Kremlin narratives and political distortions to flourish
Gulshat Asylbayeva, main initiator of the draft law. (Photo: Kyrgyz parliament's official website kenesh.kg)
12 Aug 20
Draft law would allow authorities to block websites deemed to contain inaccurate information, with no need for a court ruling.
12 Aug 20
Officials obscure systemic failings – aided by an uncritical media.
Ashot Melikyan, Head of the Committee to Protect Freedom of Expression. (Photo: Committee to Protect Freedom of Expression)
6 Aug 20
Disinformation – sometimes spread by medical experts - has become a serious public health threat.
Richard Giragosian, Director of the Regional Studies Center, at a conference in Tbilisi, Georgia organised by the Strategic Policy Institute. (Photo: Strategic Policy Institute)
3 Aug 20
Experts say that a virtual war of words increasingly accompanies the conflict.
29 Jul 20
Analysts say the Kremlin is trying to highlight the West’s apparent failure to help its allies.
President Dodon met with the head of Moldovan Metropolitan Church, Vladimir on 15 July 2020. (Photo: presedintie.md)
28 Jul 20
Religious institutions appear to amplify Russian propaganda as crisis mounts.

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