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    Forgotten realms: Transdniestr

    While half Europe is dancing to a Moldovan trio called O-Zone (and the other half fuming over it), Moldova itself is also split... literally. A russian speaking-region, called Trans-Dniestr, has broken away from Moldova, and is now threatening to close latin-alphabet schools, leaving open only cyrilic-alphabet teaching ones. Russia is worried. And I think we should all be.

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    De: Tiffany Fecha: 2006-01-28 19:16

    You wrote a very small comment for someone who is concerned by this problem. First I think it would be more important for people to actually mknow that Moldova is a country. Here are some links http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Igor_Smirnov but the most interesting website of all is the official website of the Transdniestrian government http://www.president-pmr.org/ which is in Russian and English for all the world to learn about Transdniestria viewed by the people who run the "country".



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    De: JJ Fecha: 2006-01-28 19:30

    Thanks for the information.



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