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Georgia scores worst in South Caucasus in Global Hunger Index

Despite its score worsening since the previous edition, Georgia remained in the ‘low’ hunger levels category, along with Armenia and Azerbaijan.

Georgia scores worst in South Caucasus in Global Hunger Index

Despite its score worsening since the previous edition, Georgia remained in the ‘low’ hunger levels category, along with Armenia and Azerbaijan.

Armenia offers assistance to refugees as thousands flee Turkish offensive

Over 4,000 ethnic Armenians have found themselves in the line of fire in northeastern Syria.

Armenia offers assistance to refugees as thousands flee Turkish offensive

Over 4,000 ethnic Armenians have found themselves in the line of fire in northeastern Syria.

Armenian journalists denied entry into Georgia

Three journalists from Epress were denied entry into Georgia because ‘the situation has changed’.

Armenian journalists denied entry into Georgia

Three journalists from Epress were denied entry into Georgia because ‘the situation has changed’.

Armenian Parliament votes to strip powers from head of constitutional court

Hrayr Tovmasyan had previously declared ex-President Robert Kocharyan’s imprisonment unconstitutional.

Armenian Parliament votes to strip powers from head of constitutional court

Hrayr Tovmasyan had previously declared ex-President Robert Kocharyan’s imprisonment unconstitutional.

Opinion | Misogyny and Armenophobic hate underpins the furore over Armine Harutyunyan

The online furore reveals deep-seated prejudices among the Georgian public as well as an irresponsible media.

Opinion | Misogyny and Armenophobic hate underpins the furore over Armine Harutyunyan

By Alla Parunova

The online furore reveals deep-seated prejudices among the Georgian public as well as an irresponsible media.

Competing protests and the death of a witness: month one of Armenia’s ‘trial of the century’ 

The controversial trial has recently been rocked by the death of a key witness.

Competing protests and the death of a witness: month one of Armenia’s ‘trial of the century’ 

By Marine Kharatyan

The controversial trial has recently been rocked by the death of a key witness.

Russian Railways threatens to pull out of Armenia

Russian-owned South Caucasus Railway controls and operates all of Armenia’s rail infrastructure.

Russian Railways threatens to pull out of Armenia

Russian-owned South Caucasus Railway controls and operates all of Armenia’s rail infrastructure.

Yerevan municipality takes over waste-collection

Previously rubbish collection was under the sole purview of Sanitek, a Lebanon-based contractor. 

Yerevan municipality takes over waste-collection

Previously rubbish collection was under the sole purview of Sanitek, a Lebanon-based contractor. 

Mutual recriminations follow resignation of Armenia’s security chief

It is the biggest row within the inner circle of Armenia’s post-revolutionary administration to date. 

Mutual recriminations follow resignation of Armenia’s security chief

It is the biggest row within the inner circle of Armenia’s post-revolutionary administration to date. 

Pashinyan gives Amulsar mine the go-ahead despite critical environmental report

The report said the environmental assessment carried out by mining company Lydian was ‘unreliable’ and ‘misleading’.

Pashinyan gives Amulsar mine the go-ahead despite critical environmental report

The report said the environmental assessment carried out by mining company Lydian was ‘unreliable’ and ‘misleading’.