Local rights groups have questioned the Azerbaijani Government account of his arrest and demanded Georgia intervene.
Coming just 9 days before the presidential runoff election the move has been labelled vote buying by the opposition and rights groups.
Этот пост доступен на языках: РусскийDespite a new labour safety bill, Georgia’s construction sites remain a deathtrap for workers.
While schools have introduced basic lessons on living a ‘healthy lifestyle’ that touch on the topic of sex, experts say they are not fit for purpose.
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.
Many families in Chechnya tell of young male relatives who have either disappeared without trace or are being held in detention, suggesting such cases are not rare.
Georgian officials focussed on the positive assessments in the report despite harsh criticism from the EU Parliament
The Election Administration set Wednesday 28 November as the polling date, a move critics said was politicised.
Around 60 patients suffering from kidney failure gathered outside the Ministry of Health in Makhachkala on Monday.
Police have arrested six men for beating the man to death in order to ‘free him from bad spirits’