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Thousands protest ‘compromised investigation’ into Tbilisi school stabbings

The father of one of the victim’s accused the authorities of tampering with evidence during the investigation.

Thousands protest ‘compromised investigation’ into Tbilisi school stabbings

The father of one of the victim’s accused the authorities of tampering with evidence during the investigation.

Children with disabilities are being left behind in Azerbaijan’s frontline villages

Special education facilities are not available in most regions of the country — and this is no exception in the villages along the frontline.

Children with disabilities are being left behind in Azerbaijan’s frontline villages

By Seymur Kazimov

Special education facilities are not available in most regions of the country — and this is no exception in the villages along the frontline.

Might makes right — bullying in Azerbaijan’s schools

Attitudes on violence, masculinity, and honour mean the toughest lessons are often forced on children on the school grounds.

Might makes right — bullying in Azerbaijan’s schools

By Vafa Zeynalova

Attitudes on violence, masculinity, and honour mean the toughest lessons are often forced on children on the school grounds.

A nation divided by language: Azerbaijan’s Russian legacy

Russian language still divides the country — into the ‘elites’ and the ‘real’ Azerbaijanis.

A nation divided by language: Azerbaijan’s Russian legacy

By Nika Musavi

Russian language still divides the country — into the ‘elites’ and the ‘real’ Azerbaijanis.

The missing children — absenteeism in Armenia’s schools

There are hundreds of children not attending school in Armenia. While some work to support their families, others are victims of gender attitudes.

The missing children — absenteeism in Armenia’s schools

By Armine Avetisyan

There are hundreds of children not attending school in Armenia. While some work to support their families, others are victims of gender attitudes.

‘Gülen-connected’ school manager loses asylum appeal in Georgia

Rights groups have previously urged the government not to extradite Mustafa Emre Çabuk to Turkey, where they say he would face injustice and torture.

‘Gülen-connected’ school manager loses asylum appeal in Georgia

Rights groups have previously urged the government not to extradite Mustafa Emre Çabuk to Turkey, where they say he would face injustice and torture.

Georgian PM: Church and school connections should be strengthened

The Church had urged the government to ‘think about [spiritual upbringing] more’, in the wake of a fatal double stabbing outside a Tbilisi school.

Georgian PM: Church and school connections should be strengthened

The Church had urged the government to ‘think about [spiritual upbringing] more’, in the wake of a fatal double stabbing outside a Tbilisi school.

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