The National Bank cited ‘violations’ of laws regulating conflicts of interest which were discovered in transactions from 2007–2008.
A group of leading civil society organisations have been assessing the government’s progress in its 2017-2020 EU Association Agenda.
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.
There is one shelter in the city, with a capacity of 100, but it is not enough to house the hundreds living on Yerevan’s streets.
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.
For Abkhazia’s ethnic Georgians in Gali, the Georgian government’s new peace initiative does little to help.
A former deputy secretary of the NSC warned that the ‘excessive powers’ it’s new head may wield were a bigger problem.
An 83-person team of deminers, medics, and an accompanying security detail have deployed to the Syrian city of Aleppo.
Almost all of the country’s social workers are set to go on strike on 1 March, over what they say are poor working conditions and a lack of resources.
The protest’s organiser held a single-person picket as part of the Russia-wide ‘March of Maternal Anger’ after authorities prohibited a larger rally.