Conflicts

USSR: a legitimate end

This year marks 25th anniversary of the end of the USSR. Here’s the story about those, who created and dissolved it

A horrible message from 2008

Sochi resident sentenced to 7 years for sending a text message shortly before alaunch of hostilities over South Ossetia

IDPs’ life in Khurvaleti

‘There is less than a month left before the elections, but we haven’t even been issued any campaign pledges’

Photographer in a war

Anastasia Vlasova is doing photo reporting in Ukraine. “Somebody has to take photos,” she said

To live or to die

It is common knowledge that Abkhazians go to Georgia for medical treatment

In the camp: After the war

Teenagers, who came to Armenia from Iraq, Syria and Karabakh, are trying to overcome their stressful experiences together

The group has surrendered

The anti-crisis initiative board has ceased functioning, the movement is being ‘self-organized’

Syria as the way out

“Provide jobs to our youth, so that they could get Syria out of their heads”

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