Activists say around 20 people in prison and on the outside are on hunger strike, including investigative journalist Khadija Ismayilova.
At least 40 people have been detained in a new wave of state persecutions of queer people in the Russian republic, activists say.
Этот пост доступен на языках: РусскийDespite a new labour safety bill, Georgia’s construction sites remain a deathtrap for workers.
While the authorities deny political prisoners exist, claims that they face unfair restrictions on reading and speaking with their families persist.
A debate is raging within the country’s feminist circles: how best to transform Armenia's patriarchal systems?
An environmental protest against an offshore mining company in Jermuk has put Armenia’s revolutionary government between a rock and a hard place.
Having swept to power, the new government of Nikol Pashinyan is now laying out its vision for a ‘New Armenia’.
Both the government and Georgian Church have faced criticism from some quarters for not supporting their Ukrainian counterparts.
The investigation by Georgia’s Chief Prosecutor’s Office concerns $17 million worth of loans fast-tracked and then written off in 2008.
The man’s lawyer said she police Khasavyurt intended to pin other unsolved crimes on her client in order to improve crime statistics
Those dismissed include a manager at Ingushneft, deputy director of a museum on political repression, and a traffic police officer.