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Continuing tensions between the United States and Russia have brought the Suwalki Gap into the news lately.
Since it declared independence in 1990, the economy of the 4,000 square kilometer strip of land between Moldova’s Dniester River and the Ukrainian border known as Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic, or simply Transnistria, has been tied to the fortunes of its neighbors and Russia.
In 2016, access to jobs, health insurance, and other services will likely become easier for Syrians in Turkey.
Kharkiv, with a population of 1.5 million people, has the lowest rate of infection in Ukraine, at 18.2% per 10,000 residents.
Situated on Georgia’s humid subtropical Black Sea coastline, Adjara has transformed in just over a decade from a semi-separatist fiefdom into a key economic region for the country of Georgia.
Unemployment is a pressing problem throughout Kosovo, but nowhere is it more pronounced than in Skenderaj.
At the start of 2016, commodity prices in Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city with about 1.5 million people, experienced a monthly average increase of 4.1%, according to the State Statistics Service of Ukraine.