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What is life near Transnistria amid fears war will spread to Moldova?
“I don’t know where we would go if the Russian troops came here. There is nowhere to run.”
Where is Transnistria and why does it matter?
Three explosions rocked the pro-Russia breakaway region this week, targeting two radio towers that broadcast in Russian, sparking fears it could be dragged into the war in Ukraine.
Why does Transnistria risk being dragged into Russia's war in Ukraine?
Tensions have increased in the territory bordering Ukraine where Russia has a military presence, and which has long been engaged in a so-called "frozen conflict".
For Soviet-Afghan war veterans, Ukraine is a conflict 'without honour'
Iurie Cibuc, 62, was proud to fight for the Soviet Union in Afghanistan. He doubts that a new generation of Russian soldiers feel the same about the war in Ukraine.
'Tensions intensifying': Fears grow Ukraine war may spread to Moldova
The citizens of the country on Ukraine's western border are concerned that the Russian advance on Odesa might mean trouble with Moldova's own breakaway territory of Transnistria.
Moldova faces humanitarian crisis, says PM, needs urgent financial aid
Europe's poorest country has 120,000 Ukrainian refugees inside its borders. Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilița tells Euronews the country is struggling to cope.
In Moldova's east, Maia Sandu's EU membership bid divides opinion
On the border wth Transnistria, the Russia-backed breakaway region, some Moldovans favour Russian links over European.
Georgia's EU bid raises existential question: Where does Europe end?
Europe's geographical boundaries have been defined by territory but also politics, culture and religion.
Meet the nationalist who wants to see Moldova and Romania as one state
Many Romanians would like to see Moldova and Romania as a single country. Most Moldovans don't agree.
Are Champions League debutants a Russian soft power project?
Sheriff Tiraspol is up against the might of Real Madrid on Tuesday.
Moldovan reforms will be for voters, not EU, says country's new PM
Natalia Gavrilița also told Euronews that she intends to make the country's economy more attractive to foreign investors.
Why has it taken Moldova so long to shake off its Soviet legacy?
It's exactly 30 years since Moldova declared independence from the Soviet Union.
Can Moldova's new government solve its oldest problem, Transnistria?
The future of the breakaway region - which accounts for 10% of Moldova's claimed territory and over half a million people - could spark a new row with Russia.
Why is Sunday's legislative election in Moldova so important?
There are 20 parties vying for spots in the 101-seat parliament - but the main battle will be between pro-reformists, and those preferring pro-Russian rule.
With new elections, can Moldova's Maia Sandu finish what she started?
Her landslide election win in November left her with a hostile, pro-Moscow parliament. Elections on July 11 are a chance to change that.
Moldovan President Maia Sandu calls early election for July 11
It came after Moldova's Constitutional Court cancelled a state of emergency meant to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Limited access to COVID vaccines for Europe's poor: the case of Moldova
Moldova will receive 20% of the country's total COVID-19 vaccine needs through the WHO's co-sponsored COVAX programme. But many more are needed and negotiations with manufacturers are proving to be difficult.
Six ex-Soviet states get €40m to help their COVID-19 vaccine rollout
The joint €40 million programme will involve Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Ukraine and Moldova.
Thousands protest after Moldova's new president stripped of key power
MPs loyal to outgoing pro-Russia president Igor Dodon voted to strip Maia Sandu, Moldova's new pro-EU president-elect, of control of the powerful state security.
Moldova: Sandu is president, but the battle for power has only begun
As president, Maia Sandu has few powers which remain at the hand of the country's pro-Russian Socialist party.
Moldova votes: Will pro-EU candidate Sandu oust Putin's pick Dodon?
Sunday's presidential election has been interpreted as a referendum on the direction of Europe's poorest country, with Dodon representing closer links with Russia and Sandu with the EU.
Moldova elections: Everything you need to know
In 2016, just 70,000 votes separated Igor Dodon and Maia Sandu. In 2020, it could be even closer.
In a divided Moldova, President Igor Dodon fights for four more years
It's the second-most anticipated presidential election taking place in November.
Belarus should be 'warning for Moldova' ahead of presidential election
"The events in Belarus become extremely relevant for Moldova," Maia Sandu told Euronews. "The message coming from Belarus is that today there is 'zero tolerance' for the fraud of the popular will."
Moldovan MP 'kidnapped' after defecting from ruling party
MPs with the Pro-Moldova party have said Ștefan Gațcan has been kidnapped and forced to resign as a member of parliament after he tried to defect the ruling Socialists.
We remain on 'European road' - Moldova's prime minister tells Euronews
We remain on our European road.