The head of the Church, Patriarch Ilia II, spoke out against producing cannabis in Georgia, warning it would spread drug addiction in the country.
The search of Yerevan.Today’s offices was connected to recordings of phone conversations between two top security chiefs which leaked online last week.
When confronted with unfair dismissal or other violations of their labour rights, people in Nagorno-Karabakh face an uphill battle through the courts.
Changes to the leadership and rules of Azerbaijan’s Bar Association have left many prominent human rights lawyers unable to practice their trade.
Despite a rise in the awareness of women’s rights, a lack of women decision-makers is standing in the way of legal changes.
An environmental protest against an offshore mining company in Jermuk has put Armenia’s revolutionary government between a rock and a hard place.
Families of many slain Daghestani ‘militants’ say their loved ones were kidnapped by the authorities.
The cancellation of a concert by a Russian rapper in Daghestan and a spat with a local MMA star sparked a debate on freedom of speech and religion.
The education minister vowed to introduce a new model of national exams after firing the long-serving head of the National Exams Centre.
Daghestan’s acting Prime Minister Artyom Zdunov questioned where funds had gone after veterans protested in August over the lack of promised housing.
The National Guard were sent to the village of Samur in southern Daghestan as local residents demanded an end to drilling in the Samur Forest.