There are calls in Russia for unrecognized and partially recognized republics of the former USSR to join the Russian Federation
Roman Kovriga has yet to be indicted
“Do they want to intimidate MPs?" – 200 security officers in camouflage, with arms attended parliament session in South Ossetia
A recent prison scandal in which 20 prisoners cut their veins in protest against the excesses of the prison guards led to a stand off in parliament
Prisoners cut their wrists following a prison raid in South Ossetia. No one died. This is not the first time prisoners in this colony have protested against inhumane treatment
A detailed chronological review of how the war between Georgia and Russia started over South Ossetia and its aftermath
“I did not receive any support from the Georgian authorities, and it was very disappointing,” Mearakishvili told JAMnews.
Opposition parties took second and third place, while one candidate wounded another with a pistol
What political forces will enter parliament, scandals in the campaign period and what to expect
What is ConIFA, and how the tournament in Karabakh took place
The European Football Championship under the auspices of ConIFA is the only chance for teams for whom the road is closed to big world tournaments to compete
News of an impending alliance led by young politicians gave grounds to hope that fresh faces would appear in parliament – but in vein
One personal story
Will there be new faces in South Ossetian politics?
The meetings will continue until the final implementation of the agreement
What is the essence of the agreement between Georgia and Russia on the monitoring of trade through South Ossetia and Abkhazia, and what are the main points of contention?
100 cows, two shops, and hundreds of customers - the results of making a business in a remote, abandoned village
Damascus has invited South Ossetia to cooperate. Real prospects, or a screen for Russian business?
Georgian State Minister for Reconciliation and Civil Equality Ketevan Tsikhelashvili visited Atotsi village
A large Jewish community had been living in the region since at least the 18th century
37-year-old mother of three Maia Otinashvili was in custody for 11 days
Otinashvili, a 37-year-old mother of three children, was detained by Russian military officers for illegally crossing the border
Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze: "Regions occupied by Russia are on the brink of a humanitarian disaster"