, and the Balkans: Moldova, Bulgaria, Romania, and former Yugoslavia. A small number of Turkic people also live in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. Small numbers inhabit eastern Poland and the south-eastern part of Finland. Finnish Tatars There are also considerable populations of Turkic people (originating mostly from Turkey) in Germany, United States, and Australia, largely because of migrations during the 20th
. It is composed of a legally determined number of counsellors (for example 35 in Bălţi) elected every four years, representing political parties and independent counsellors. Once elected, counsellors may form fractions inside of the Municipal Council. '''Tighina County''' was between 1925 and 1938 a county (Romanian (Romanian language): ''judeţ'') in the Kingdom of Romania, and, between 1998 and 2003, a major subdivision (''Judeţ'') (Subdivisions of Moldova) of Moldova with its capital at Căuşeni. Ukrainian jewellery was also influenced in this period by works originating in Augsburg, Nierenberg, Turkey and Poland. Jewelers supplied the local market and filled orders from as far away as Moldova and Moscow. Ukrainian products were available in the foreign markets of Poland, at fairs in Ukraine, and elsewhere. Wikipedia:Republic of Moldova Commons:Category:Moldova Dmoz:Regional Europe Moldova
, Moldova and parts of India have been democratic in nature and maintained regular multiparty elections (multiparty democracy). In 2004, he played the researcher and charity investigator Daniel Appleton in the BAFTA award-winning Channel 4 drama ''Sex Traffic''. This hard-hitting two-parter followed the plight of two young Moldovan sisters sold into sexual slavery. After reuniting with Shaun Parkes in Howard Davies' production of Joe Penhall's '' Blue Orange
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'', in which he played Dr Bruce Flaherty opposite Brian Cox (Brian Cox (actor)), Simm starred as Detective Inspector Sam Tyler in the 2006 BBC series ''Life on Mars (Life on Mars (TV series))'' playing a police officer apparently sent back in time to 1973. The show won the Pioneer Audience Award for Best Programme at the 2007 BAFTA TV Awards (British Academy Television Awards), Simm was nominated but lost out on the award for Best Actor.
informally known as "The Numa Numa Song" (or "'''Mai Ya hee'''" – see lyrics (#Lyrics)), is the most successful single by the Moldovan pop group O-Zone, sung in Romanian (Romanian language). It shot to the number one spot on the Eurochart Hot 100, where it remained for 12 weeks between June and early September 2004. Blunt Maintains Pole-Position On Euro Chart Mediterranean France from AllBusiness.com It topped the single charts in Germany and France for over three months, reached three in the United Kingdom and 72 on the U.S. Pop 100. A popular cover of the song was made by Haiducii, which also charted in many countries, especially Italy and Sweden where it topped the singles charts. The original song was made notable in the United States by the viral video of Gary Brolsma dancing to the song, calling it "Numa Numa". In 2008, the song's hook was sampled (Sampling (music)) by T.I. Rihanna in their hit "Live Your Life", which topped the ''Billboard'' Hot 100 (Billboard Hot 100) in the United States and reached number two in the United Kingdom. Background and writing The song was written and composed by Dan Bălan, and the original version was sung by Bălan, Arsenie Todiraş, and Radu Sârbu. The single was first released in 2003 in Moldova, where the group lived and produced at that time, and in the spring of 2004 in most other European countries, where it became a summer hit. In as late as 2006, the song was still in the lower reaches of some Eastern European singles charts. In following years, UEFA made it possible for nations to forfeit Intertoto places. For example, in 1998, Scotland, San Marino and Moldova forfeited their places, and England, Portugal, and Greece forfeited one of their two, Crystal Palace (Crystal Palace F.C.) being the sole English entrant despite finishing bottom of the Premiership. Wikipedia:Republic of Moldova Commons:Category:Moldova Dmoz:Regional Europe Moldova
Transnistria and has friendly relations with all of the teams from this region. It has a natural rivalry with FC Tiraspol, as they are both rather large clubs located in the same city. With the Moldovan non-Transnistrian teams, Sheriff has many rivals. In those matches, many Sheriff fans display banners calling for the independence of Transnistria from Moldova. '''FC Tiraspol''' is a Moldovan football (football (soccer)) club based in Tiraspol, Pridnestrovian Moldavian
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for education the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy played a very important role in obtaining from Western Europe the knowelege of the Renaissance and adopting it by Ukraine and Russia. The Kyiv-Mohyla Academy also supported a number of other colleges built on its model, such as the Vasilian College in Moldova (Moldavia). Ownership, editorial team and structure ''Adevărul'' is the main trademark
descent celebrate Epiphany with star singing and house blessing, as in Central Europe. The star singing custom too though had long ago spread throughout Romania and Moldova. Here the stars, called ''Steaua'', today resemble stained glass lanterns and feature an orthodox icon at their center, a tradition pointing to the rich blending of both East and West which characterize the two nations on the river Prut.
'''Moldova''' country in Eastern Europe located between Romania to its west and Ukraine to its north, east and south. Its capital city is Chișinău.
Moldova declared itself an independent state (Moldovan Declaration of Independence) with the same boundaries as the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic in 1991 as part of the dissolution of the Soviet Union. A new constitution (Constitution of Moldova) was adopted on 29 July 1994. A strip of Moldova's internationally recognised territory on the east bank of the river Dniester has been under the ''de facto'' control of the breakaway government of Transnistria since 1990.
As a result of a decrease in industrial and agricultural output since the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the relative size of the service sector in Moldova's economy (Economy of Moldova) has grown to dominate its GDP (Gross domestic product) and currently stands at over 60%. Moldova remains, however, the poorest country in Europe.
Moldova is a parliamentary republic with a president (President of Moldova) as head of state and a prime minister (List of Prime Ministers of Moldova) as head of government. It is, among other organizations, a member state of the United Nations, the Council of Europe, the World Trade Organization (WTO) (World Trade Organization), the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) (Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe), the GUAM Organization for Democracy and Economic Development, the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) (Commonwealth of Independent States) and the Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC) (Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation). The country aspires to join the European Union