Bad roads, one student per class and abundant exotic fruits: Nrnadzor residents sound off on their eclectic life
In an audio recording published by the prosecutor's office, it is said that the plotted murder of the billionaire was personally sanctioned by former president of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili.
This is Moscow's response to the independence of the Ukrainian Church
A former high-level official of the Georgian prosecutor's office says he has terabytes of compromising information on the current authorities
All the properties in question were acquired after the ruling Georgian Dream party came to power
A Dutch couple has set up camp in the village of Gokht, and they have no plans to leave the country - one they didn't even know existed until recently
The Ingush and Chechens are closely related but have now become involved in a territorial conflict
The woman who spent £16m at Harrods in a decade can now be identified as Zamira Hajiyeva - the first target of the UK's new anti-corruption law
The pro-Moscow sentiments within the Georgian Church are strong, and there are concerns that there will be repercussions for the churches of Abkhazia and South Ossetia as well
SOCAR corruption investigation is coming to an end
Why is Armenia engulfed in a political crisis? What changes can we expect? Do the counter-revolutionary forces have any chance of retaining power?