Plus, more politicians face corruption charges in Georgia and Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan hangs a “closed” sign at Manas airbase.
Plus, more bloodshed in the North Caucasus and a sweet solution to Croatia's land mine problem.
Plus, new polls spell trouble for Poland’s center-right government, and a long-delayed dam hangs over a Georgian village.
Plus, Armenians will feel the Russian gas pinch and Moldova has a new prime minister, maybe.
Plus, a trial reopens old questions about the sell-off of Czech state companies and a disco divides Krakow's Jewish community.
Plus, Macedonia’s attempt to extradite two mass-murder suspects from Kosovo is complicated, and Latvia eases up on some non-citizens.
Azerbaijani activists say Baku is trying to muzzle diplomats and foreign monitoring groups – and it’s working.
Plus, Ukraine is dinged for piracy and Slovenia’s debts are deemed junk.
Plus, protests and anger on this Labor Day, and presidential grants in Armenia go to shadowy groups.
A move to re-open an airport in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh territory raises the stakes between Azerbaijan and Armenia
Plus, Armenia and Brussels open another round of trade talks and Estonia’s Russian-language schools face closure.
Plus, Hungary bans swastikas and red stars, and Russia issues an arrest warrant for Hermitage Capital chief Browder.
Also, the United States and Russia agree on adoption cooperation and Kazakhstan shines in the IT sphere.
Plus, four-fifths of Croatian voters stay home on Euro-election day and Moscow threatens to close a vital transport link for migrant workers.
Plus, Lithuanians and Latvians are among the EU’s top degree-holders, and Ashgabat’s urban renewal leaves misery in its wake.
Plus, Turkish-Armenian travel ties hit another hurdle and Romanian civil servants may be asked to bail out the state yet again.
Plus, Albanians to vote on garbage and Estonia frets over its success.
Plus, Kyrgyzstan mulls chemical castration for pedophiles and Georgian lawmakers propose a massive review of court verdicts.
Plus, Slovenia says it’s not another Cyprus and an accused Kosovo organ trafficker pleads guilty.
A move intended to make preschool available to all could have the opposite effect.