The explosion occurred in the building of the Polytechnic College. Eyewitnesses say shots were fired and the Russian authorities are calling the incident a terrorist attack
People who have been subjected to sexual violence and exploitation rarely appeal to the police in Russia for help.
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
Journalists found out that the suspect in the Skripal poisoning case is a distinguished Russian intelligence officer
The recent expulsion of Turkish teachers from Moldova is but one of the numerous examples of Ankara’s growing influence in the country
Kabardians and Balkars in the North Caucasus have entered into a confrontation with one another. Is it a historical dispute or a land issue?
Residents of Moldova leaving in droves to find work – children following close on the heels of their parents
Stories of those who leave their homeland in search of work. From JAMnews' partner Ziarul de Gardă
The agenda of Defence Minister Lieberman’s visit was dominated by energy matters and military cooperation, Israeli pundits say
Viktor Zolotov challenges Alexei Navalny while the latter is currently imprisoned
Journalists have uncovered how a Russian holding company finances publications in Baltic countries
Frightened parents renounce their children while Chechen authorities persecute human rights advocates, LGBTI individuals and teenagers
The OSCE has given Moscow ten days to explain what is happening. What charges have been put forward against the Chechen authorities?