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New at TOL:                                                           Tuesday, 16 November 2010
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Top Stories:

1: The Fourth Estate: The Tale of the Tape
2: From the Archives: Maybe This Time It’s Different
3: Environment: Life Behind Bars
4: Our Take: When Parallel Lines Meet (subscribers only)

From the Archive:

Five years ago: Poisoned Security (subscribers only)
Ten years ago: The EU’s Report Card (subscribers only)
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Thanks to those of you who have sent us your pictures so far (a great response from
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There’s still time to send us your photos and maybe win €200. If you’re stuck for an
idea, how about the Education category? See our competition page for details.
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1: The Fourth Estate: The Tale of the Tape
It’s hard to be shocked by tapes of compromising conversations between Romanian
journalists and their corporate masters, but we should still be disappointed.
By Marius Dragomir
15 November 2010
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2: From the Archives: Maybe This Time It’s Different
Another Russian journalist lies near death after a brutal attack. It’s a familiar story,
but will there be a twist this time?
By Oleg Panfilov
15 November 2010

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3: Environment: Life Behind Bars
The recent tradition of keeping caged bears in Georgia is a problem that has defied
humane solutions.By Temo Bardzimashvili12 November 2010
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4: Our Take: When Parallel Lines Meet
Some good ideas may emerge out of Astana soon, but probably not from the OSCE
summit.
By TOL
12 November 2010
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From the Archive:

Five years ago: Poisoned Security
The people who run Kosovo are starting to heed mounting evidence of severe lead
contamination in Romani refugee camps.
By Fatmire Terdevci
24 November 2005

Ten years ago: The EU’s Report Card
Overall, the tone of the EU’s annual strategy document on the 13 countries vying for
enlargement was positive, but cautious. In seven short reports, TOL details the
reactions of the politicians and opinion-makers in Central and Eastern Europe.
By TOL Staff
13 November 2000