Bad roads, one student per class and abundant exotic fruits: Nrnadzor residents sound off on their eclectic life
The first serious Armenian-Azerbaijani clashes occurred in 1990. The border zone experiences periodic flare ups even now
How children live in conflict, how their dreams and reality coexist – according to students themselves and their parents
During the video call, the possibility of personal meetings and visits to the region by the co-chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group once the epidemiological situation normalizes was discussed
In Armenia, the project is considered to be trilateral, since Karabakh journalists participated in the trips. Azerbaijan calls the trips ‘bilateral.’ Details from all the sides
The affair surrounding the Georgian doctor is becoming increasingly twisted
These conclusions are based on the published transcript of telephone conversations of Vazha Gaprindashvili
Vazha Gaprindashvili lives and works in Tbilisi. Presumably, he entered the Georgian-Ossetian conflict zone to help a patient
What will happen when the Ingur Hydroelectric Power Station, a station that has an undefined status in the zone of the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict, will stop for repairs in in the fall of 2020?
Russian church breaks ties with Greek church over latter’s recognition of independence for Ukrainian church
Why did the Ukrainian church become such a matter of principle for the Russian church? Several accounts below
A glimpse of Potskhoetseri, a village in Western Georgia where 171 families of IDPs from Abkhazia were moved - very much against their will - eight years ago
Trump's sudden decision to withdraw troops from Syria intensified Turkey's military operation and attack on the Kurds. All the details: what is happening in Syria and why America is being called a traitor
More than 1,000 young Azerbaijanis volunteered to fight in the Turkish army
The diplomatic mission in Syria is prepared to organize an urgent evacuation of compatriots from settlements under fire
Armenian football hooligans have claimed responsibility for the provocation
In the corridors of the Abkhaz conflict – exhibition of ‘collective memory archive’ opens in Tbilisi
The exhibition will be held from 4-29 October, and features video and audio interviews with participants and witnesses of the tragic events of 1989-1995
Addressing the UN General Assembly, Pashinyan also spoke of Turkey as a threat to Armenian national security and of Russia as a strategic partner.
The exodus of 300,000 people in photos
Other than the traditional phrases about maintaining the ceasefire and reducing tension on the line of contact, little about the meeting has been reported
The discussion continues. Details about each side’s position.
“We are tired of 11 years of an inhumane life,” say locals
It is not yet known why the soldier left his position – information from both sides