Robert Kocharyan, facing charges for ‘breaching the constitutional order’, slammed PM Pashinyan for his ‘inexperience’ and vowed a political comeback.
The backlash follows controversies in restaurant chain Machakhela, nightclub Bassiani, and with news site Radio Tavisupleba.
A land dispute in Daghestan’s Nogay District has caused a backlash against local Chinese migrant workers
The dispute took on an ethnic component after a video allegedly of Chinese workers cooking a dog went viral on social media.
On the 20th annual Day of the Repatriate in Adygea, many Circassians say there is little reason to celebrate.
Despite a rise in the awareness of women’s rights, a lack of women decision-makers is standing in the way of legal changes.
Farmers in Armenia still use pesticides banned in the country 30 years ago and stashed in basements, sheds, and Soviet–era warehouses ever since.
Tens of thousands attended the funeral of Yusup Temirkhanov — a Chechen who died in prison serving time for the murder of a Russian ex-serviceman.
Armenia’s State Revenue Committee searched the offices of South Caucasus Railway in a midnight raid on Wednesday.
Sergey Shamba told Echo of Moscow it was time to think about a ‘common future’ as neighbours.
Armenia’s second president was forced to cancel a press conference on Tuesday after protesters chanting ‘murderer’ stormed the venue.
An Azerbaijani court overturned the remaining two years of the outspoken government critic’s seven-year sentence.