Almost 400 prisoners in Azerbaijan were pardoned in total, after President Ilham Aliyev issued an amnesty to mark the Novruz holiday.
Staff from the Social Services Agency are demanding more resources and better working conditions.
Selling lemons in the streets at ₾1 for a bag of 5, Tbilisi’s lemon vendors — almost exclusively elderly women — struggle to scrape out a living.
Nikol Pashinyan has introduced the government’s ‘revolutionary economic programme’, but not everyone is convinced.
A debate is raging within the country’s feminist circles: how best to transform Armenia's patriarchal systems?
As the trees on Tbilisi’s periphery turn orange and die, environmental activists say more must be done to save Tbilisi’s last green areas.
For Abkhazia’s ethnic Georgians in Gali, the Georgian government’s new peace initiative does little to help.
A new government bill would restrict the rights of convicted sex offenders on their release as well as create a child-sex offenders registry.
The authorities said they wished to restore green areas in the city that had been developed on and vowed that more areas would be cleared.
The head of Russian rights group Memorial’s Chechen branch was defiant in court vowing to ‘fight injustice’ until the end of his life.
Under the new bill, Georgian Orthodox priests would be the only people eligible to defer military service for religious reasons.