And Then There Was One: Three People Lived in This Village Until Two Were Murdered.
Thirty years ago, 200 people lived in the Moldovan village of Dobrusa. But most have since left or died. After a twin killing in February, there’s only one survivor still standing.
Moldova Had Two Governments. One Has Finally Resigned.
Diplomats from Russia and the West rarely agree. But on Friday their united efforts helped resolve a constitutional crisis in Moldova.
Moldova Has a New Government. The Old One Is Refusing to Leave.
Two of Moldova’s largest parties formed a coalition to oust the third from power. Only one problem: Its officials have refused to vacate their offices.
Radu Albot, Trained on Wooden Courts of Moldova, Earns His Country’s First Title
Albot, who is easily the highest-ranked Moldovan at No. 52, won at Delray Beach on Sunday.
Pro-Russia Candidate Appears Likely to Win Bulgarian Presidency
Rumen Radev, a former air force commander with no previous political experience, seemed headed for a decisive victory in a runoff election.
Pro-Russian Candidate Leads Moldova Presidential Vote but Faces Runoff
The candidate, Igor Dodon, finished far ahead of pro-Western challengers, but failed to win the outright majority needed to avoid a runoff election next month.
Moldova Is Rattled as Washington Welcomes a Feared Tycoon
Vlad Plahotniuc is so toxic even his political friends usually try to keep their distance in public, but a State Department official met with him.
Video Shows Brazen Theft of Paintings From Verona Museum
Investigators said arrests were made in Moldova and Italy in the break-in last November.
Opposition Groups in Moldova Unite to Protest New Government
More than 15,000 people demonstrated on Sunday after a new prime minister, Pavel Filip, was named to lead the country’s third government in a year.
Moldovans Rally for Early Election
Thousands of people gathered in the Moldovan capital, Chisinau, on Sunday to rally against the newly appointed government and call for an early election.