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Moldova Offers Rebel Region a New Constitution

Moldovan President Vladimir Voronin proposed a new constitution for his former Soviet state on Tuesday to settle a more than decade-long dispute with its breakaway Dnestr region. Dnestr, a tiny self-styled majority Russian-speaking region in eastern Moldova, broke away in 1990 before the collapse of the Soviet Union, fearing Moldova would unite with neighbouring Romania. The two sides fought a brief war in 1992 and in the intervening years both Romania and Moldova, which share a language, abandoned any suggestion of a union. Full Story

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