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Protests in Ingushetia ‘on pause’

Activists vowed to keep fighting a controversial land deal with Chechnya as the official permit for holding the protest expired.

Protests in Ingushetia ‘on pause’

Activists vowed to keep fighting a controversial land deal with Chechnya as the official permit for holding the protest expired.

Ingushetia crisis deepens as protesters demand resignation of head

Protests have entered their second week in the Ingush capital Magas over a controversial land deal with neighbouring Chechnya.

Ingushetia crisis deepens as protesters demand resignation of head

Protests have entered their second week in the Ingush capital Magas over a controversial land deal with neighbouring Chechnya.

Could renewable energy take off in Armenia’s highlands?

In remote areas of Armenia, energy poverty is a concern and a lack of gas means villagers burn trees and cow dung to keep warm in winter.

Could renewable energy take off in Armenia’s highlands?

By Margaret Arakelyan

In remote areas of Armenia, energy poverty is a concern and a lack of gas means villagers burn trees and cow dung to keep warm in winter.

Far from Baku and Yerevan’s political games: life goes on in the border villages

While stances harden in Baku and Yerevan, people on the border try to build a peaceful future.

Far from Baku and Yerevan’s political games: life goes on in the border villages

By David Stepanyan

While stances harden in Baku and Yerevan, people on the border try to build a peaceful future.

Analysis | Total war: Karabakh’s militarised social democracy

With money from abroad, Karabakh mixes low taxes with generous social welfare in an ever more militarised way.

Analysis | Total war: Karabakh’s militarised social democracy

By Aleksey S Antimonov

With money from abroad, Karabakh mixes low taxes with generous social welfare in an ever more militarised way.

Azerbaijan sentences abducted journalist Afgan Mukhtarli to 6 years

Mukhtarli, who was abducted in Georgia last May, was convicted of smuggling €10,000 ($11,200) in cash, border trespass, and disobeying border guards.

Azerbaijan sentences abducted journalist Afgan Mukhtarli to 6 years

Mukhtarli, who was abducted in Georgia last May, was convicted of smuggling €10,000 ($11,200) in cash, border trespass, and disobeying border guards.

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