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Cyber-attacks and cyber-security, Alexei Navalny and Ukraine - these are just a few of the topics discussed at the Putin and Biden summit in Geneva.
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.
With the June 2021 early parliamentary elections around the corner, JAMnews analyzes the pre-election media landscape in Armenia amid the heated election campaign
Mafia boss Sedat Peker has accused the Turkish government of drug and weapon trafficking. Who is he and how is Erdogan's government addressing his claims?
A declaration of alliance between Azerbaijan and Turkey has been signed in the city of Shusha (Armenian Shushi) liberated as a result of the second Karabakh war
Georgia will become a member of NATO someday, the NATO 2021 Summit communique states. The Brussels summit summary also address the issues of cybersecurity and Russia's aggression
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
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.
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.
Abkhazia's most notorious political activist Akhra Avidzba was sentenced to three years of probation. Avidzba largely attributed this to the journalists who covered his story
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
Ethnic Georgians form Gal region, Abkhazia, tell JAMnews about the shortage of agriculture equipment, closed borders and other problems they are currently faced with
Moscow City Court has recognized organizations founded by Alexei Navalny as 'extremist. From now on, any attempted activities of these organizations will be punishable by lengthy prison sentences
Ex-President of Armenia, Serzh Sargsyan claims to have released a recording of acting PM Pashinyan discussing settlement of the Karabakh conflict with leaders of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan
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
Azerbaijan detained and later released an Armenian soldier Artur Katanyan for crossing the Armenian-Azerbaijani border on June 08
On June 15, the Yerevan-Tbilisi-Batumi route will resume operating, Georgia's Minister of Economy has announced. Negotiations are also underway with the Azerbaijan Railways
With early parliamentary elections being scheduled for June 20, the pre-election campaign in Armenia has finally been launched. Here is all you need to know about the first forecasts and campaign violations