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Religious authorities warn guests about adhering to local customs
This refutes information published by Russian media the day before. Armenian experts have yet to comment on the fake report, but social media users have plenty to say.
The July flare up ‘froze’ the negotiation process – Armenian experts on border fighting with Azerbaijan
Adviser to the President of Nagorno-Karabakh David Babayan and political observer Hakob Badalyan answered JAMnews’ questions
I’ve discovered that Moscow has stopped serving as the capital for Georgians once and for all.
The 'Newest Russians' in Georgia. Georgia has always been 'selflessly glad' to host guests, and now it understands the diverse benefits of having them
Georgia celebrating its anniversary
Azerbaijan’s failed blitzkrieg or Russia’s ‘secret hand’?
Two swimming pools, two thousand spectators - South Ossetia is celebrating sports
Russia has used up all possible levers of influence on Georgia following the war 2008 - some experts believe. Is that really so?
Having success by way of reforms or losing power
Already the second Abkhaz president has been trying to get rid of Russia’s doubtful "railway" debt
A conflict between two branches of Abkhaz Orthodox Church is escalating
Azerbaijan: where the year 2015 led the country to
There is a widely-held view that Russia controls Georgian media space, using local media outlets, as well as its own media projects. How true is it?
South Ossetia Parliament Chairman, Anatoly Bibilov, has become the first and so far the only citizen of South Ossetia, included in Ukraine’s ‘black list’
What do the historians and the witnesses’ memoirs say