Yoga class, wedding, and maternity ward - three people share their stories about September 27,2020 - the day when the second Karabakh war began.
Melay’s hard journey to becoming a singer began when she got into an unloved profession at the insistence of her parents. But this did not end her love for music, and she became a singer in spite of everything
Members of the LGBTQI + are leaving Azerbaijan amid discrimination, attacks. Here are some of their stories
In the Yazidi community living in Armenia, the issue of early marriages is acute. Girls are still being kidnapped or married off at the age of 15 or even 12
Abkhazians in Achara learn their native language in schools - pupils and teachers are mainly ethnic Abkhaz living in Achara, but the lessons are also open for Georgians who often join them eagerly
Ukrainian girl who came to Georgia as a tourist and never left - Marina Ponomarchuk is now the owner of a small coffee shop in Batumi which also helps raise funds for the local stray animals' initiative
Exploring Tusheti on a horseback, admiring serene mountain sites, and learning more about the life of residents of the mountainous region of Georgia - all this and more in a new JAMnews video blog
Eco-village is a model for a better future in Georgia, members of the International Eco-Community Project in Caucasus believe. Their aim is to create a self-sustainable community that leaves minimum negative impact on the environment
Felons used to be sent here. They would be thrown into deep pits and forgotten forever. That is how the monastery got its name – Khor Virap, meaning ‘deep pit’.
Journalist Mark Grigoryan who authored a book about Molokans in Armenia revisits the village of Fioletovo to see how the heroes of his book live now
A transgender woman was burnt alive in Azerbaijan, sparking controversy, transgender community protests and calls to violence against transgender people from a famous Azeri blogger
'Marshrutka' mini-buses - Abkhazia's main public transport is far from offering a pleasant and safe traveling experience to its passengers
Most of Rakhila friends are Armenians, even after the 2020 hostilities
It was initially built as a settlement for the power plant employees. Everything here is connected to the power plant. Few people know about other sights of the city.
JAMnews spoke with merchants who complain about idleness with barely any customers throughout the day, and tried to find out the reason
This is a story about the Teishebaini fortress, built in honor of the Urartian god of war, thunder and storm. The ruins of the fortress are located near Lake Sevan in Armenia. Our vlogger tells us about how it was built and shows us the remnants.
Scientists found that soil sticks to the fat on their feathers, making them too heavy to fly long distances. How did this happen and what will they do next? Answers – in the video
Azerbaijani feminists and journalists were detained, beaten up by the police during the peaceful protest that followed the murder of 23-year-old Sevinj Maharramova by her husband
Davit Chachanidze and his wife tell JAMnews what it is like to live in a house made out of straw bales and share their future plans of becoming completely self-sustainable
Our vlogger shows us a few sights in Syunik (Southern region of Armenia). They include the longest reversible cable car in the world, the Tatev Monastery, the Khndzoresk suspension bridge and the famous cave city
JAMnews video blog explores one of only a few children's sports clubs in Abkhazia and talks to the owner about its benefits for the local youth
Azerbaijani filmmaker Tural Safarov urged social media users to rape women in revealing clothes, sparking a wave of controversy and attracting the attention of law enforcement authorities