Left behind? Russian-speaking minorit...

Left behind? Russian-speaking minorities struggle in new Baltics

There are 1 comment on the Christian Science Monitor story from Dec 12, 2012, titled Left behind? Russian-speaking minorities struggle in new Baltics. In it, Christian Science Monitor reports that:

On the edge of Tallinn 's 13th-century Old Town, women huddle along a medieval wall, selling mittens in freezing weather.

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Since: Jan 12

New York, NY

#1 Jan 9, 2013
Lithuania is still a centerpiece of the World-wide Esperanto movement. While the Russian minorities my scream in the baltic states, Esperanto speakers know how to compromise. Cultural compromise and collaboration is our way. www.EsperantoFriends.blogspot.com

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