Georgian State Minister for Reconciliation and Civil Equality Ketevan Tsikhelashvili visited Atotsi village
13 million people were politically repressed during the Great Purge of 1937-38 in the Soviet Union. JAMnews offers a look into the events from the South Caucasus
Old equipment, polluted water and land with both society and local authorities protesting. But the owners, a large Russian corporation, do not want to close the plant down
In Moscow the film had some documentation issues, while in Kiev they think that Russia is portrayed too positively
1937-1938 in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Russia
North Ossetia metallurgical plant fire – are the authorities telling the truth about the environmental consequences?
Toxic smoke has enveloped the city, convincing many residents of Vladikavkaz to leave
Social media users make light of Putin's comments
Who supported Moscow's decision to break off all ties with the Patriarchate of Constantinople and who did not
This is Moscow's response to the independence of the Ukrainian Church
People who have been subjected to sexual violence and exploitation rarely appeal to the police in Russia for help.
The Ingush and Chechens are closely related but have now become involved in a territorial conflict
The pro-Moscow sentiments within the Georgian Church are strong, and there are concerns that there will be repercussions for the churches of Abkhazia and South Ossetia as well
History in images: tanks shot at the Russian parliament 25 years ago after its leaders staged a mutiny
What happened in Moscow on 4 October 1993 and what Russians say about the events today