"People in Armenia are sitting in the trenches of their own way of thinking, shooting at each other from different angles. Things can’t be changed this way"
How this decade has passed, and what has remained as the most memorable moments
The prime minister’s wife and the capital’s mayoral candidate made the top three
As the education ministry, teachers, parents, teenagers and the Church struggle to reach a consensus on the issue, it remains a taboo
Women from Dagestan are still trying to have their grandsons returned home from war-torn Syria and Iraq
Sorting and grading of crops, a new profession for those who've ended up jobless but still have a long way to go until pension age
When policemen and teachers show symptoms of father and mother complexes
Russian human rights advocates have released a report documenting the abominable situation regarding LGBT rights in Russia
Will mobile apps and internet ever be able to compete with traditional matchmaking?
Video: A story of how a woman became a police officer in one of Georgia’s most patriarchal communities
A young woman who liked to fight and play war games as a child
A recent scandal involving school students in Baku has stirred up stormy public discussions