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April 3, 1992 | ELIZABETH SHOGREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Officers of a former Soviet army unit stationed in an embattled Slavic region of Moldova warned both sides in the conflict there Thursday that they will order their soldiers to assume "full combat alert" unless the two belligerents pull back their forces and stop the bloodshed. The warning came a day after Moldovan police attacked Slavic Dniester guards in Bendery, a town in the self-styled Dniester Moldavian Republic, a region seeking to break away from the former Soviet republic of Moldova.
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December 3, 1996 | RICHARD BOUDREAUX, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Moldova's first post-Soviet president conceded defeat Monday in his race for reelection against a onetime Communist boss who favors reviving the nation's depressed economy through closer ties with Russia. Near-complete returns gave 54% of the vote in Sunday's runoff to Petru Lucinschi, Moldova's last Communist Party chief in Soviet times and now chairman of its Parliament, and 46% to President Mircea I. Snegur.
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April 2, 1992 | ELIZABETH SHOGREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Moldovan forces attacked a police station Wednesday in a predominantly Russian town in the former Soviet republic of Moldova, killing six people. Russia's foreign minister, meanwhile, increased the pressure on Moldova by threatening to use "forceful methods" to protect Russia's brethren. "It goes without saying that we will guard the rights of Russians beyond Russia's borders," Russian Foreign Minister Andrei V. Kozyrev told the prestigious newspaper Nezavisimaya Gazeta.
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April 3, 1992 | ELIZABETH SHOGREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Officers of a former Soviet army unit stationed in an embattled Slavic region of Moldova warned both sides in the conflict there Thursday that they will order their soldiers to assume "full combat alert" unless the two belligerents pull back their forces and stop the bloodshed. The warning came a day after Moldovan police attacked Slavic Dniester guards in Bendery, a town in the self-styled Dniester Moldavian Republic, a region seeking to break away from the former Soviet republic of Moldova.
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December 3, 1996 | RICHARD BOUDREAUX, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Moldova's first post-Soviet president conceded defeat Monday in his race for reelection against a onetime Communist boss who favors reviving the nation's depressed economy through closer ties with Russia. Near-complete returns gave 54% of the vote in Sunday's runoff to Petru Lucinschi, Moldova's last Communist Party chief in Soviet times and now chairman of its Parliament, and 46% to President Mircea I. Snegur.
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June 3, 1999 | ANNA HUSARSKA, Anna Husarska is a fellow at the Media Studies Center in New York. She was a political analyst in Bosnia and Kosovo from 1996 to 1998
In his Memorial Day address, celebrating the brave men and women of the armed forces, President Clinton told his fellow Americans: "Today there is a new challenge before us in Kosovo . . . [I]t is a big test of what we believe in . . . ." Yet in the contest of courage in Kosovo, the armed forces of the U.S. and other NATO countries are being upstaged from unexpected quarters: refugees and humanitarian workers.
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September 3, 1991 | CAREY GOLDBERG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For Deputy Leonid Sukhov, a Russian taxi driver from Kharkov, Monday was a disastrous day at the Soviet Congress of People's Deputies. In contrast, fellow Parliament member Mikhail Muntyan, an opera singer from Moldova, approved so heartily of the day's action that he said it all should have been done years ago. "I think another coup has taken place," Sukhov said of President Mikhail S.
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June 30, 1992 | NORMAN KEMPSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The artillery shells that rained on Sarajevo and the ethnic fighting elsewhere in what used to be Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union have shattered--perhaps beyond repair--the new world order that President Bush envisioned as a stable and peaceful era following the Cold War.
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April 2, 1992 | ELIZABETH SHOGREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Moldovan forces attacked a police station Wednesday in a predominantly Russian town in the former Soviet republic of Moldova, killing six people. Russia's foreign minister, meanwhile, increased the pressure on Moldova by threatening to use "forceful methods" to protect Russia's brethren. "It goes without saying that we will guard the rights of Russians beyond Russia's borders," Russian Foreign Minister Andrei V. Kozyrev told the prestigious newspaper Nezavisimaya Gazeta.
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