April 24, 2014

Transnistria Hopes for Russian Annexation

Alexander Smoltczyk, Der Spiegel

The Associated Press

Transnistria is the only place in Europe that still uses the hammer and sickle on its flag. Now that Russia has annexed Crimea and is eyeing eastern Ukraine, many in the breakaway Moldovan republic hope that they are next on Moscow's agenda.

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TAGGED: Russia, Trans-Dniester

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