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Top stories in Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia from April 8-12, 2024

  • Friday, April 12, Azerbaijan. Money transfers from Azerbaijan to the USA have decreased by 2.5 times

  • Friday, April 12, Armenia. The World Bank forecasts GDP growth in the country

  • Friday, April 12, Georgia. "The country is moving towards partially consolidated authoritarian regimes," - Freedom House

  • Thursday, April 11, Azerbaijan. Special prayers (namaz) marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan

  • Thursday, April 11, Armenia. Armenian shepherd incident on Azerbaijani soil

  • Thursday, April 11, Georgia. The ruling party's reintroduced foreign agents bill scandal persists

  • Wednesday, April 10, Armenia. The "Together" opposition movement is ready to block government institutions demanding Pashinyan's resignation

  • Wednesday, April 10, Azerbaijan. Azerbaijan plans to start producing electric buses with a Chinese company

  • Wednesday, April 10, Georgia. Georgian celebrities and international organizations urge parliament to reject the foreign agent bill

  • Tuesday, April 9, Georgia. March against the foreign agent law modeled after Russia

  • Tuesday, April 9, Azerbaijan. Journalist Ismail Tagiyev has been summoned to the police as a witness in the "Abzas-Media case"

  • Tuesday, April 9, Armenia. The Council of Europe Secretary General praised talks with the Armenian Prime Minister

  • Monday, April 8, Armenia. The Ministry of Internal Affairs reports shelling at the border with Azerbaijan

  • Monday, April 8, Azerbaijan. The Ministry of Defense reports shelling at the border from the Armenian side

  • Monday, April 8, Georgia. UN Special Rapporteur Mary Lawlor: "I'm deeply concerned about Georgia's parliament reintroducing the foreign agents law despite assurances it wouldn't happen"

  • Top stories in Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia from April 1-5, 2024

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