The 14-year-old girl was attacked by a 28-year-old man after she organised a commemoration for a schoolgirl who committed suicide after being bullied.
Local residents were protesting the resumption of work on a hydropower plant in the valley.
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.
Faced with ignorance and discrimination, finding work as a blind person is a difficult task.
A debate is raging within the country’s feminist circles: how best to transform Armenia's patriarchal systems?
While the Ministry of Environment sees the solution through private and public initiatives, the public expects regulatory actions.
Silence in the courtroom: how one of Chechnya’s last human rights defenders was convicted on drug charges
Oyub Titiyev is the latest victim of Russia’s campaign against civil society in the North Caucasus.
NGOs and opposition parties had expressed fears that her dismissal would put media freedom at risk.
Kobulia served in the position for only nine months before being replaced by deputy minister Natia Turnava.
The move comes a month after Chechnya ‘unilaterally’ registered parts of Daghestan as within their own territory.
Video footage from immediately after the accident showed that safety rules were not being followed on the site.