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Amnesty International questions Caucasus governments’ response to pandemic

They criticised surveillance in Armenia, alleged religious discrimination in Georgia, beatings in Chechnya, and a crackdown on dissent in Azerbaijan.

Amnesty International questions Caucasus governments’ response to pandemic

They criticised surveillance in Armenia, alleged religious discrimination in Georgia, beatings in Chechnya, and a crackdown on dissent in Azerbaijan.

Police surveillance bill passes first hearing in Armenia 

The bill would allow police to circumvent the National Security Service and monitor phone calls themselves. 

Police surveillance bill passes first hearing in Armenia 

The bill would allow police to circumvent the National Security Service and monitor phone calls themselves. 

Detained former Georgian official threatens to bring down government with ‘kompromat’

In secret recordings from prison, Mirza Subeliani, on trial over the Khorava Street murder investigation, spoke of torturing witnesses.

Detained former Georgian official threatens to bring down government with ‘kompromat’

In secret recordings from prison, Mirza Subeliani, on trial over the Khorava Street murder investigation, spoke of torturing witnesses.

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