Georgia looks at new law on libel at behest of newly-elected president

Georgia looks at new law on libel at behest of newly-elected president

The civil sector sees looming dangers to free speech in the country

January 14, 2019
Hit on Russian journalists killed in Central African Republic likely put out by Kremlin entourage

Hit on Russian journalists killed in Central African Republic likely put out by Kremlin entourage

Russian journalists Orkhan Dzhemal, Alexander Rasatorguev and Kirill Radchenko were killed in July 2018

January 13, 2019
Thomas de Waal: the self-isolation of Abkhazia is a huge problem

Thomas de Waal: the self-isolation of Abkhazia is a huge problem

How are the conflicts in Abkhazia, Transnistria and Cyprus similar and different? - Carnegie Europe expert Thomas de Waal speaks at a presentation in Tbilisi

January 10, 2019
New political force in Abkhazia to put forward “new, uncorrupted leaders”

New political force in Abkhazia to put forward “new, uncorrupted leaders”

This effectively marks the beginning of the preparations for the presidential election due in August 2019, experts say

January 9, 2019
11 on hunger strike in Azerbaijan in support of imprisoned blogger

11 on hunger strike in Azerbaijan in support of imprisoned blogger

Well-known journalist Khadija Ismayilova has joined in the hunger strike earlier this morning

January 14, 2019
Armenian criminal group arrested in Spain in fixed tennis matches case

Armenian criminal group arrested in Spain in fixed tennis matches case

Among the 83 detainees are 28 professional athletes, one of whom participated in the US Open Championship in 2018

January 13, 2019
ECHR finds in favor of journalist Khadija Ismayilova in second suit against Azerbaijan

ECHR finds in favor of journalist Khadija Ismayilova in second suit against Azerbaijan

The Azerbaijani government must pay 16,750 euros for invasion of privacy

January 12, 2019
Explosion in the Russian city of Magnitogorsk: gas leak or terror attack?

Explosion in the Russian city of Magnitogorsk: gas leak or terror attack?

Journalists present indirect evidence that a terror attack took place and that the suspects disappeared. They are waiting for a response from the authorities

January 11, 2019
The boom of Syrian-Armenian business – the stories of four immigrants in Armenia

The boom of Syrian-Armenian business – the stories of four immigrants in Armenia

Starting from nothing, they started their own businesses in Armenia and became an example for local entrepreneurs

January 12, 2019
Russia replaces EU as main market for Georgian hazelnuts

Russia replaces EU as main market for Georgian hazelnuts

The main reason for the fall in the volume of exports of hazelnuts was their low quality this past season

January 11, 2019
Abkhazia bans cryptocurrency mining

Abkhazia bans cryptocurrency mining

Why? A lack of electricity and oversight

January 6, 2019
A walk around Yerevan: A guide for first-timers

A walk around Yerevan: A guide for first-timers

Advice for tourists on what to do in Yerevan no matter the age or taste

November 25, 2018
Abkhazia celebrates the opening of a Komsomol time capsule from 1968

Abkhazia celebrates the opening of a Komsomol time capsule from 1968

Video: the event was celebrated with school children singing Soviet songs, holding signs saying ‘100 years of Komsomol’

November 11, 2018
New Azerbaijani tourism campaign on display at UK exhibition

New Azerbaijani tourism campaign on display at UK exhibition

Tourists are asked to “take another look” at Azerbaijan

November 8, 2018