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New at TOL:                                                                               Tuesday, 15 March 2011
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Top Stories:
1: Society: The Doctors Are Sick of It (Subscribers only)
2: From the Archives: The Remains of the Day
3: Our Take: No Holy Grail
4: Environment: The City Under Water

Editor’s Blog:
The Biggest Loser
Djindjic Museum Online

From The Archives:
Five years ago: A Quiet Ballot, No Revolutions (Subscribers only)
Ten years ago: Rampant TB and Dirty Oil: Two Stories from the Northern Caucasus  (Subscribers only)
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Top Stories:
1: Society: The Doctors Are Sick of It
Romanian doctors have long complained of low pay and bad working conditions. Now almost 200 hospitals are to close and doctors are leaving the country in droves.By Clara Stanescu14 March 2011

2: From the Archives: The Remains of the Day

Those who risked their lives to contain and clean up the effects of the Chernobyl
disaster recall those days and the indelible aftereffects. By Andres Schipani-Aduriz14 March 2011

3: Our Take: No Holy Grail
The best way to move the Serbia-Kosovo dialogue forward is to keep expectations on a very tight rein.
By TOL
11 March 2011

4: Environment: The City Under Water
For months, flooding in a small town in Hungary has been forcing some of the country’s poorest families to find new homes.By Gergely Nagy11 March 2011
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Editor’s Blog:

The Biggest Loser
What region of the world do you think has suffered the most during the financial crisis?
Would you guess the poorest countries of …
Barbara Frye
14 Mar 2011

Djindjic Museum Online
A “virtual museum of Zoran Djindjic,” the slain prime minister of Serbia, is to be …
Tihomir Loza
11 Mar 2011

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From The Archives:
Five years ago: A Quiet Ballot, No Revolutions
President Akaev gets all he wanted from parliamentary elections, plus a surprise gift
from Paris.
By Chingiz Toloev
14 March 2005

Ten years ago: Rampant TB and Dirty Oil: Two Stories from the Northern Caucasus
The fighting in Chechnya and neighboring republics has left environmental destruction and rapidly decaying health.
By Nabi Abdullaev
15 March 2001
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