Local residents say the water problem is a result of corruption amongst officials
If proven guilty he may be sentenced to a term between four to eight years in prison
This is third death of top security officials from the former Armenian government in the past few months
In January 1990, more than a hundred people in Baku were killed by bullets or tanks of the Soviet army
The scheme uncovered by the Security Service of Ukraine allows Russian banks and enterprises to circumvent international sanctions
A total of 1,534 candidates are running for 125 seats, but there may be even more
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In her first public speech, Kelly Degnan called Russia a neighbor hostile to Georgia
An audio recording has surfaced in which the prime minister speaks unflatteringly about the competence of President Zelensky
The main topic of discussion in Georgia is whether direct negotiations are needed