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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’.

Opinion | What’s the point of Azerbaijan’s National Press Day?

When it comes to press freedoms, there’s not much to celebrate, argues Catherine Pilishvili from Human Rights Watch.

Opinion | What’s the point of Azerbaijan’s National Press Day?

By Catherine Pilishvili

When it comes to press freedoms, there’s not much to celebrate, argues Catherine Pilishvili from Human Rights Watch.

Azerbaijan cuts public funding for newspapers

At least 18 newspapers will lose state support, with a number of them dropping their print editions as a result.

Azerbaijan cuts public funding for newspapers

At least 18 newspapers will lose state support, with a number of them dropping their print editions as a result.

Armenian parliament bans reporters from Yerevan City Council

The law comes just weeks after reporters captured the physical assault of two female councillors in the council chamber.

Armenian parliament bans reporters from Yerevan City Council

The law comes just weeks after reporters captured the physical assault of two female councillors in the council chamber.

Journalists barred from Yerevan Council after reporting attack on female councillors

Two opposition party councillors were attacked last week and thrown out of the council by male councillors from the ruling Republican Party.

Journalists barred from Yerevan Council after reporting attack on female councillors

Two opposition party councillors were attacked last week and thrown out of the council by male councillors from the ruling Republican Party.

A government’s fear or bargaining chips — Political prisoners in Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan’s persecution of journalists and activists serve not only as a tactic of intimidation, but also an instrument of foreign policy.

A government’s fear or bargaining chips — Political prisoners in Azerbaijan

By Gulnur Kazimova

Azerbaijan’s persecution of journalists and activists serve not only as a tactic of intimidation, but also an instrument of foreign policy.

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