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Abkhazia’s president wins majority support in parliamentary poll 

Supporters of Aslan Bzhania won at least 25 of 35 seats, giving the president unprecedented support in the legislature.

Abkhazia’s president wins majority support in parliamentary poll 

Supporters of Aslan Bzhania won at least 25 of 35 seats, giving the president unprecedented support in the legislature.

Abkhazian veterans defy COVID-ban to hold protest near presidential palace

Around 300 Abkhazian veterans and opposition supporters gathered following the reappointment of embattled Interior Minister Dmitry Dbar.

Abkhazian veterans defy COVID-ban to hold protest near presidential palace

Around 300 Abkhazian veterans and opposition supporters gathered following the reappointment of embattled Interior Minister Dmitry Dbar.

Abkhazian veterans to hold ‘indefinite protests’ unless Interior Minister resigns

The demands follow a confrontation between police and a group of veterans several weeks ago.

Abkhazian veterans to hold ‘indefinite protests’ unless Interior Minister resigns

The demands follow a confrontation between police and a group of veterans several weeks ago.

Political tensions continue in Abkhazia as opposition loses appeal over election

Abkhazia’s opposition has vowed to continue to fight against incumbent president Raul Khadzhimba’s re-election.

Political tensions continue in Abkhazia as opposition loses appeal over election

Abkhazia’s opposition has vowed to continue to fight against incumbent president Raul Khadzhimba’s re-election.

Abkhazian presidential challenger vows to fight election despite ‘poisoning’

Aslan Bzhaniya’s opposition coalition announced they would conduct their own investigation into his sudden illness.

Abkhazian presidential challenger vows to fight election despite ‘poisoning’

Aslan Bzhaniya’s opposition coalition announced they would conduct their own investigation into his sudden illness.

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