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New at TOL:                               Tuesday, 14 September 2010
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Top Stories:


1: Philanthropy: Safety Net
2: From the Archives: Social Security in Central Asia
3: Our Take: A Challenge to Europe’s Conscience
4: Arts & Culture: No Truth in This Artifice

From the Archive:

Five years ago: Supremely Buyable?
Ten years ago: The Day After

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1: Philanthropy: Safety Net
A project born on a Bulgarian online forum pioneers
crowd-funding to help desperately ill children – and
prompts a lax government agency into action.
First in a series.
By Boryana Dzhambazova
13 September 2010
http://www.tol.org/client/article/21786-safety-net.html

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2: From the Archives: Social Security in Central Asia
Islam has come back to Central Asia in part because it
fills people’s basic needs. If the region’s governments
did the same, they might not need fear extremists.
By Abdujalil Abdurasulov
13 September 2010
http://www.tol.org/client/article/21787-social-security-in-central-asia.html

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3: Our Take: A Challenge to Europe’s Conscience
There may be an upside to France’s move to deport thousands
of Romanians and Bulgarians, if it helps pull the
”Roma question” off the bottom of the EU’s agenda.
By TOL
10 September 2010
http://www.tol.org/client/article/21784-a-challenge-to-europes-conscience.ht
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4: Arts & Culture: No Truth in This Artifice
Contemporary Belarusian theater closes its eyes to
contemporary Belarusian life, at its own peril.
By Tatiana Artimovich
10 September 2010
http://www.tol.org/client/article/21783-no-truth-in-this-artifice.html

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From the Archive:

Five years ago: Supremely Buyable?
The spectacular arrest of two senior judicial officials highlights
the pervasive influence of the country’s underworld.
By Igor Jovanovic
22 September 2005
http://www.tol.org/client/article/14896-supremely-buyable.html

Ten years ago: The Day After
The author argues that on the eve of elections Serbia’s fractured
and impotent opposition offers few alternatives to Milosevic’s rule.
By Zoran Kusovac
18 September 2000
http://www.tol.org/client/article/266-the-day-after.html