'Armenian' disease or 'Yerevani' and 'periodic' disease is how people refer to a medical condition unique to several nationalities whose ancestors used to live in the Mediterranean region
Features and Analysis
What are the implications of violence and chaos at far-right rally in Tbilisi that replaced Pride's March of Dignity?
Journalists were attacked at the anti-Tbilisi Pride rally organized by several far-right groups today. Many sustained serious injuries and had to be hospitalized
Destroyed streets and non-existent sidewalks of Sukhum in the focus of the second episode of Abkhazia video blog with Katya Yenik
It is no secret that tickets from Baku are expensive, regardless of the flight destination. Experts assess the reasons behind such a pricing policy of a state-owned airline
Environmental benefits and rules of community gardening in Tbilisi are the focus of the new episode of JAMnews podcast What On Earth Georgia
The exploitation of children in Armenia is rarely talked about by government officials or local media outlets and most of the cases remain unresolved or identified
Tbilisi Pride kicks off amid far-right rallies and arrests. On July 1 Tbilisi Pride week was launched with a premiere of the March of Dignity documentary about Georgia's LGBT+ community
Armine Martirosyan tells Trajectories project about her police baton and the symbolic role it played in both the first and the second Karabakh wars
Vlogger from Armenia Grigor Harutyunyan visits his grandmother, browses through old photo albums with her and explores people’s attitudes towards photography – in the past and now
JAMnews correspondent visits Velebi - hidden Georgian-Ossetian village where only twelve residents live
What did the elections in Armenia change for Azerbaijan, and how will all this affect the resolution of the Karabakh issue?
Journalist Diana Gasparyan goes on a trip to learn more about life in life in unrecognized Nagorno-Karabakh
In the new episode of the JAMnews podcast What on Earth Georgia, German activist Marlene Böhm offers advice on how to be vegan in Tbilisi
Shukhuz Narmania who has been a village doctor in Georgia for 70 years shares his story about Georgia under Soviet rule, the collapse of the USSR and the Georgian-Abkhaz armed conflict
The issue of crime and justice in Abkhazia has become especially relevant after the shooting incident in which a local resident wounded two Russian tourists. But how effective is the Abkhaz system in punishing those responsible for serious crimes?
Anaklia: Georgia's forgotten Black Sea resort that has come to a standstill, awaiting the government officials in Tbilisi to fulfill their promises made more than 10 years ago
How to be an environmentally conscious parent and make the world a better place for future generations? Environmentally conscious motherhood in the second episode of What on Earth Georgia podcast