Stories about Eastern & Central Europe from November, 2005
Onnik Krikorian has scenes from Gyumri, the site of the 1988 earthquake from which the city is still suffering.
neweurasia reports that the Kazakh government has arrived at a strange conclusion in the investigation into the death of an opposition politician.
br23 blog reports that struggles in German politics are being felt in Belarus.
Onnik Krikorian reports on another Armenian opposition protest at neweurasia.
Hungarian Accent rounds up reactions in the Hungarian blogosphere to a new television show called “Hungarikum” that some view as disrespectful to historical figures.
Afghanistan Warrior:Although 40% of the winners are former jihadi leaders and warlords, the finalized results show that more than 50 percent of the winners are the supporters of President Karzai...
KZ Blog examines how serious Kazakhstan's government is about the upcoming presidential election being fair.
Christian Garbis explains why the Armenian constitutional referendum is so important.
Amira talks to Kyrgyz law students about religion, terrorism, and hometown pride.
Oneworld Multimedia has lots of photos of and reporting on this weekend's constitutional referendum in Armenia including an example of the “enormous” turnout and post-election protest.
Tobias Ljungvall asks whether or not Belarussians have run out of solidarity.
neweurasia reports that Tajikistan is taking steps to enforce its laws on human trafficking.
Oneworld Multimedia has a report and photos from Raffi Hovannisian's political rally in Yerevan, where the US-born foreign minister urged voters to boycott the constitutional referendum.
neweurasia's Armenia blog has numerous updates on the upcoming constitutional referendum, including a report that the opposition may set up orange tents for the day of voting.
neweurasia has the latest on the upcoming constitutional referendum in Armenia.