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Living in an ‘enemy land’: the Armenian women working abroad

Low pay and high unemployment have led many Armenian women to seek work abroad, to Russia and even Turkey — a country many consider an ‘enemy land’.

Living in an ‘enemy land’: the Armenian women working abroad

By Armine Avetisyan

Low pay and high unemployment have led many Armenian women to seek work abroad, to Russia and even Turkey — a country many consider an ‘enemy land’.

Rustavi 2 journalists attacked by far-right group for joke about Jesus and Ivanishvili

The three were attacked by the March of Georgians outside the broadcaster’s studio in Tbilisi.

Rustavi 2 journalists attacked by far-right group for joke about Jesus and Ivanishvili

The three were attacked by the March of Georgians outside the broadcaster’s studio in Tbilisi.

Seeking acceptance: the Pakistanis building a new life in Azerbaijan

For Pakistani immigrants, even those who have built a life and a family in Azerbaijan, official recognition — citizenship — can remain elusive.

Seeking acceptance: the Pakistanis building a new life in Azerbaijan

By Bahruz Samadov

For Pakistani immigrants, even those who have built a life and a family in Azerbaijan, official recognition — citizenship — can remain elusive.

Georgians in Gali — foreigners in their own land

A string of changes in how identity documents are issued has left residents of Abkhazia’s Gali District feeling frustrated and powerless.

Georgians in Gali — foreigners in their own land

By Nino Gogua

A string of changes in how identity documents are issued has left residents of Abkhazia’s Gali District feeling frustrated and powerless.

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