Chechen woman abducted from a shelter and returned to her abusive family has sparked outrage among human rights activists in Russia and abroad. Khalimat Taramova has previously asked for protection from her family who abused her for her sexual orientation
Busy Armenians who do not want to waste time in long queues at polyclinics can get vaccinated at special mobile stations right on the street. Vlogger Grigor Harutyunyan shares with us all the details
Narek Sargsyan, nephew of Armenia's ex-president sentenced to 5.5 years in prison. He and many other relatives of the former president as well as Sargsyan have had charges brought against them following the Velvet Revolution of 2018.
A citizen of Abkhazia has shot two Russian tourists. The suspect has been arrested and wounded tourists are being treated in a hospital in Sochi
The unfair distribution of inheritance is often regarded as a form of indirect violence against women. However, to this day in Georgia, women are often out of their parents' will
“By being closer to the nature, we may be able to better understand ourselves,” says David, who, together with his wife, moved from Yerevan to the village of Koghb on the border of Armenia and Azerbaijan.
A partial agreement on Namakhvani HPP has been reached between the Georgian government and activists for the first time since the beginning of protests in October 2020.
Over six months ago, war forced many residents to leave Nagorno-Karabakh. JAMnews sheds light on stories, hopes, dreams, and fears about future
Azerbaijan has exchanged 15 Armenian soldiers for the maps of minefields in the territory of the Agdam region, which came under the control of Azerbaijan after the second Karabakh war
As the European Football Championship in Baku has begun, the city got hit with football fever. Watch as our correspondent walks the streets of the capital just several hours before the first match starts.
What to do once your bin is full? Is it possible to shop without using plastic bags in Georgia? JAMnews podcast, episode one: waste reduction and recycling with 'Parki Ar Minda'
Vlogger Ester Zakaryan visits Armenia's hidden lakes in the villages of Tavush and Artsvaberd. Learn more about her trip here
After several years of struggle, a citizen's initiative against corruption has achieved the passing of a law that will oblige Abkhaz officials to declare their income
Shopping centers, gyms, beaches and temples have reopened in Azerbaijan; however, one can only enter them by presenting a COVID passport
Ethnic Georgians form Gal region, Abkhazia, tell JAMnews about the shortage of agriculture equipment, closed borders and other problems they are currently faced with
A wave of outrage was set off after Pashinyan had stated that he was ready to give up his son in exchange for all Armenian soldiers detained in Baku after the second Karabakh war.
The World Bank will provide $34.5 million to support Georgia's vaccination efforts. The additional financing will be used to cover all types of costs associated with the nationwide vaccination program.
UNICEF is ready to assist the deinstitutionalization of children in Georgia, the organization said in a recent statement, following the scandal around the Georgian Patriarchate's orphanage in Ninotsminda