This summer, as in previous years, the fountain on the Theater Square of Tskhinvali became a favorite spot for the local children
Azerbaijan has established police and customs checkpoints on the section of the road between the Armenian cities of Goris and Kapan, stopping Iranian trucks and requiring them to pay fees in order to pass
Exploring Tusheti on a horseback, admiring serene mountain sites, and learning more about the life of residents of the mountainous region of Georgia - all this and more in a new JAMnews video blog
Felons used to be sent here. They would be thrown into deep pits and forgotten forever. That is how the monastery got its name – Khor Virap, meaning ‘deep pit’.
Bottled water production has recently been launched at South Ossetia's most famous mineral water source. However, regardless of the ambitious plans, the road leading to the source makes it almost inaccessible
Local residents blame not only terrorists for the hundreds of deaths but also the authorities
New restrictions for citizens unvaccinated against coronavirus came into force in Azerbaijan, sparking outrage, confusion among people
Vegan, peace loving and denying all forms of violence – who are the memebers of the Krishna Consciousness community in Baku?
Russia expels comedian from Azerbaijan for 'anti-Russian' jokes as per the decision of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Idrak Mirzalizade is banned from entering Russia for life
Here you will not find attempts to convince you to get vaccinated or not. Only information about vaccination, the process and side effects.
Azerbaijanis rush to get vaccinated as new restrictions come into force for those who do not possess a Covid passport or a certificate of immunity
It was initially built as a settlement for the power plant employees. Everything here is connected to the power plant. Few people know about other sights of the city.
JAMnews spoke with merchants who complain about idleness with barely any customers throughout the day, and tried to find out the reason
Tsaishi village - a resort in Georgia that used to be famous for its thermal waters lost its popularity amid the collapse of the Soviet Union. However, now it turned into a successful agricultural center
This year, just like a year before, the celebration of Ashura in Azerbaijan was held amid the raging Covid-19 pandemic. Mosques were opened to the believers, but only those with a Covid passport could enter them
Residents of the Azerbaijani village of Ilisu struggle to keep up the inflow of tourists, as with no state support, even the roads to the village's most picturesque sights need to be repaired by locals themselves
This is a story about the Teishebaini fortress, built in honor of the Urartian god of war, thunder and storm. The ruins of the fortress are located near Lake Sevan in Armenia. Our vlogger tells us about how it was built and shows us the remnants.
Azerbaijan accused the Russian peacekeeping forces in Karabakh of allowing the transfer of Armenian Armed forces to these territories