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As Abkhazia and Belarus deepen ties, hopes of recognition remain faint

Since Lukashenka’s visit to Abkhazia earlier this year, ties between Abkhazia and Belarus have been growing stronger and more extensive.

As Abkhazia and Belarus deepen ties, hopes of recognition remain faint

By OC Media

Since Lukashenka’s visit to Abkhazia earlier this year, ties between Abkhazia and Belarus have been growing stronger and more extensive.

18/11/2022

Georgian Dream vs Kezerashvili: the end of Formula TV?

Formula TV potentially faces foreclosure as the Georgian government seeks millions of dollars in damages from its owner, Davit Kezerashvili.

Georgian Dream vs Kezerashvili: the end of Formula TV?

By Shota Kincha

Formula TV potentially faces foreclosure as the Georgian government seeks millions of dollars in damages from its owner, Davit Kezerashvili.

28/10/2022

What killed Tigran and Arsen?

Reactions to the death of a young gay Armenian couple have led to questions over the role society and the media plays in deepening the isolation felt by queer people in the country.

What killed Tigran and Arsen?

By Ani Avetisyan

Reactions to the death of a young gay Armenian couple have led to questions over the role society and the media plays in deepening the isolation felt by queer people in the country.

19/10/2022

Imprisoned in their own homes: the Armenian women escaping psychological abuse

Locked in their homes and under constant surveillance, for some women in Armenia, marriage can turn out to be a nightmare.

Imprisoned in their own homes: the Armenian women escaping psychological abuse

By Armine Avetisyan

Locked in their homes and under constant surveillance, for some women in Armenia, marriage can turn out to be a nightmare.

14/10/2022

Suitcases and shattered dreams: fleeing Russians bring crisis to the Caucasus

As Western nations close their borders to those escaping mobilisation, Georgia and Armenia are left to deal with the new arrivals.

Suitcases and shattered dreams: fleeing Russians bring crisis to the Caucasus

By Gabriel Gavin

As Western nations close their borders to those escaping mobilisation, Georgia and Armenia are left to deal with the new arrivals.

10/10/2022

‘A humiliating experience’: 4 days in limbo on the Georgian–Russian border

After being denied entry for days, North Caucasian citizens were allowed to enter Georgia from Russia. 

‘A humiliating experience’: 4 days in limbo on the Georgian–Russian border

By Luiza Mchedlishvili

After being denied entry for days, North Caucasian citizens were allowed to enter Georgia from Russia. 

4/10/2022

Blood and democracy: the fight for animal rights in Azerbaijan

In Azerbaijan, animal rights activists have been protesting the illegal shooting of dogs by municipal authorities.

Blood and democracy: the fight for animal rights in Azerbaijan

By Ali Malikov

In Azerbaijan, animal rights activists have been protesting the illegal shooting of dogs by municipal authorities.

3/10/2022

Abkhazia’s youth protest the Pitsunda dacha deal

In the debate in Abkhazia about the transfer of a state dacha to Russia, young people have taken to the streets to ensure their opposition is heard.

Abkhazia’s youth protest the Pitsunda dacha deal

By OC Media

In the debate in Abkhazia about the transfer of a state dacha to Russia, young people have taken to the streets to ensure their opposition is heard.

27/09/2022

Kidnap, smuggling, and rigged elections: 5 allegations by Georgia’s former security chief

A former senior security official has accused the government of rigging elections, pressuring judges, and smuggling goods from Russia.

Kidnap, smuggling, and rigged elections: 5 allegations by Georgia’s former security chief

By Shota Kincha

A former senior security official has accused the government of rigging elections, pressuring judges, and smuggling goods from Russia.

22/09/2022

Voices of dissent: Azerbaijan reacts to war

In Azerbaijan, many have spoken out against the recent fighting despite campaigns to persecute or silence them.

Voices of dissent: Azerbaijan reacts to war

By Ismi Aghayev

In Azerbaijan, many have spoken out against the recent fighting despite campaigns to persecute or silence them.

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