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Thousands clash with police as protesters try to storm Georgian Parliament

Dozens were reported injured as a protest over a Russian MP’s appearance in parliament turned violent and police deployed tear gas and rubber bullets.

Thousands clash with police as protesters try to storm Georgian Parliament

Dozens were reported injured as a protest over a Russian MP’s appearance in parliament turned violent and police deployed tear gas and rubber bullets.

Speaking up through sewn lips: a wildcat strike in Chiatura

After starting an unsanctioned strike, miners in Chiatura stitched their lips together to demonstrate the cost of their hazardous occupations.

Speaking up through sewn lips: a wildcat strike in Chiatura

By Dato Parulava

After starting an unsanctioned strike, miners in Chiatura stitched their lips together to demonstrate the cost of their hazardous occupations.

Student protest in Daghestan approaches third week

Students from the Daghestan State Pedagogical University are protesting against acting rector Aslan Radzhabov.

Student protest in Daghestan approaches third week

Students from the Daghestan State Pedagogical University are protesting against acting rector Aslan Radzhabov.

Interview | Gevorg Gorgisyan: ‘We will prevent the authorities from turning away from the values of the revolution’

The Bright Armenia Party’s parliamentary faction secretary Gevorg Gorgisyan says their mission has been and remains to keep the ruling party in check.

Interview | Gevorg Gorgisyan: ‘We will prevent the authorities from turning away from the values of the revolution’

The Bright Armenia Party’s parliamentary faction secretary Gevorg Gorgisyan says their mission has been and remains to keep the ruling party in check.

‘Stalinists’ and ‘anti-Putin activists’ face-off in Tbilisi on Victory Day

Protesters chanted ‘Putin Khuylo’ at a march of the Immortal Regiment, which included people carrying portraits of Stalin.

‘Stalinists’ and ‘anti-Putin activists’ face-off in Tbilisi on Victory Day

Protesters chanted ‘Putin Khuylo’ at a march of the Immortal Regiment, which included people carrying portraits of Stalin.

Activists occupy ‘historic’ building in Baku to prevent demolition

Around 200 people have gathered inside the former Molokan church and the site of the first Azerbaijani radio station.

Activists occupy ‘historic’ building in Baku to prevent demolition

Around 200 people have gathered inside the former Molokan church and the site of the first Azerbaijani radio station.

Nurses protest low wages in Daghestan

Around 200 nurses from the state central city hospital in Buynaksk went on strike.

Nurses protest low wages in Daghestan

Around 200 nurses from the state central city hospital in Buynaksk went on strike.

Protest in Azerbaijan’s Ganja against prosecutions over 2018 unrest

The families of those detained say their relatives are being unfairly pursued.

Protest in Azerbaijan’s Ganja against prosecutions over 2018 unrest

The families of those detained say their relatives are being unfairly pursued.

Pankisi residents wary of post-riot prosecutions

Residents of Pankisi again gathered on Wednesday calling for local residents not to be prosecuted over Sunday’s clashes with police.

Pankisi residents wary of post-riot prosecutions

Residents of Pankisi again gathered on Wednesday calling for local residents not to be prosecuted over Sunday’s clashes with police.

Armenian agricultural export giant Spayka charged with tax evasion

The State Revenue Committee has initiated criminal proceedings against Spayka a major exporter of agricultural products.

Armenian agricultural export giant Spayka charged with tax evasion

The State Revenue Committee has initiated criminal proceedings against Spayka a major exporter of agricultural products.

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