About the July aggravation on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border, the Karabakh conflict, relations with Russia and the West, the fight against coronavirus – in a BBC interview with Nikol Pashinyan
"They were stripped naked, everything was covered in blood, they didn't give them food and water, they didn't let them go to the toilet." Officially, two protesters in Belarus were killed, but 34 people are said to have died
At the same time, schools will have to adhere to some mandatory regulations
Accounts of Putin-Aliyev phone call don’t line up – congratulations over coronavirus vaccine or reproach for weapons supply?
President of Azerbaijan Aliyev called Russian President Putin: was it to congratulate him on the creation of a coronavirus vaccine or reproach him for supplying weapons to Armenia?
Ambassador of Azerbaijan to Serbia Eldar Hasanov was accused of embezzling budget funds. A short list of anti-corruption arrests that have been going on in the country since December 2019
Due to the coronavirus, Georgia's total trade turnover in the first half of 2020 decreased by more than a billion dollars
The pandemic brought Armenian wine and brandy production to a halt. The producers’ losses will hit farmers, as they have a rich harvest of grapes, but factories are not in a position to begin purchasing
The assistance is intended for those companies that avoided layoffs during the crisis
“I took my grandmother and went to live in the village” – the story of a winemaker from the Georgian village of Khvanchkara. Video
History of a winemaker from Khvanchkara
Belarus: journalists quit state news channels, security forces publicly destroy their uniforms. Video
The European Union is threatening the Belarusian authorities with sanctions, thousands of people in the streets demand that Lukashenko resign from the presidency. But Lukashenko calls the protesters "unemployed people with criminal records"
The funeral of a 27-year-old man killed several days ago in Akhalkalaki took place on August 12
Patriarch Ilia II enjoys the highest authority among the Georgian population, with an 89% approval rating
How the events in Belarus differ from other post-soviet revolutions
Arms supplies from Serbia to Armenia during the escalation on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border were the main topic of Serbian Deputy Prime Minister's meetings in Baku. But he did not comment on the issue to reporters.
Scientists warn: an untested vaccine is a threat
The opposition says the authorities have lost control over the Samtskhe-Javakheti region and the local criminal communities.
Photos depicting police-inflicted torture surface in Azerbaijan. Interior Ministry denies authenticity
A criminal case was initiated against Vladimir Gasparyan, who obstructed the work of a Radio Liberty film crew
Special forces in ambulances, leader of the opposition in exile – 2nd day of protests in Belarus. Video, photo
One participant of the protests in Belarus against the falsified presidential elections died. Opposition leader Tsikhanouskaya has left the country, people are preparing for a mass strike
Tourists in Svaneti are being transferred to quarantine
One of the leaders of the ruling Georgian Dream, Gia Volsky, is considered his main rival.
Thousands of people have taken to the streets throughout Belarus and the authorities are trying to disperse demonstrators. The opposition candidate refuses to recognize the election results