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RFE/RL journalist denied entry to Georgia

Aslanbek Dadayev from RFE/RL’s Chechen-language service had worked on stories in Georgia about Pankisi and Malkhaz Machalikashvili.

RFE/RL journalist denied entry to Georgia

Aslanbek Dadayev from RFE/RL’s Chechen-language service had worked on stories in Georgia about Pankisi and Malkhaz Machalikashvili.

Georgian authorities ‘investigating’ media giant Palitra

The prosecutor’s office has demanded four years worth of records from Palitra Media, the owners of Palitra News, IneterPressNews, Kviris Palitra.

Georgian authorities ‘investigating’ media giant Palitra

The prosecutor’s office has demanded four years worth of records from Palitra Media, the owners of Palitra News, IneterPressNews, Kviris Palitra.

Secret audio recordings suggest racket in Georgian Government

In a recording allegedly of one of Georgian Dream’s founders, the second in recent weeks, he is heard demanding cars from the founder of Omega Group.

Secret audio recordings suggest racket in Georgian Government

In a recording allegedly of one of Georgian Dream’s founders, the second in recent weeks, he is heard demanding cars from the founder of Omega Group.

Azerbaijan celebrates National Press Day

As the country commemorated the founding of its first newspaper activists highlighted Azerbaijan’s poor record in media freedom.

Azerbaijan celebrates National Press Day

As the country commemorated the founding of its first newspaper activists highlighted Azerbaijan’s poor record in media freedom.

Opinion | The EU Parliament makes it clear — no deal for Azerbaijan unless it improves its rights record

The Commission should now follow through with a clear message — Azerbaijan’s crackdown on dissent must end and political prisoners freed.

Opinion | The EU Parliament makes it clear — no deal for Azerbaijan unless it improves its rights record

By Philippe Dam

The Commission should now follow through with a clear message — Azerbaijan’s crackdown on dissent must end and political prisoners freed.

South Ossetian court: prosecutors committed ‘procedural violations’ against journalist Mearakishvili

The court ruled that the prosecutor’s office made procedural violations when dismissing a complaint by journalist Tamara Mearakishvili.

South Ossetian court: prosecutors committed ‘procedural violations’ against journalist Mearakishvili

The court ruled that the prosecutor’s office made procedural violations when dismissing a complaint by journalist Tamara Mearakishvili.

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.

New charges brought against journalist in South Ossetia

Tamara Mearakishvili, who says she has been under ‘unofficial house arrest’ since August, has been accused by the authorities of forgery.

New charges brought against journalist in South Ossetia

Tamara Mearakishvili, who says she has been under ‘unofficial house arrest’ since August, has been accused by the authorities of forgery.

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