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Kidnapped outside Mariupol

Huseyn Abdullayev, an Azerbaijani student held for a month by Russian troops, tells of daily abuse, torture, and apparent extrajudicial executions. 

Kidnapped outside Mariupol

By Ismi Aghayev

Huseyn Abdullayev, an Azerbaijani student held for a month by Russian troops, tells of daily abuse, torture, and apparent extrajudicial executions. 

Georgia sends parliamentary delegation to Bucha and Irpin

Ruling party officials had previously demanded that Ukraine remove several Georgians with connections to the opposition before such a visit could take place.

Georgia sends parliamentary delegation to Bucha and Irpin

Ruling party officials had previously demanded that Ukraine remove several Georgians with connections to the opposition before such a visit could take place.

Georgian Dream lays out demands to Ukraine as pre-condition for Bucha visit

The chair of Georgian Dream’s demands included that Ukraine fire several officials before a ‘high-level’ delegation would be considered.

Georgian Dream lays out demands to Ukraine as pre-condition for Bucha visit

The chair of Georgian Dream’s demands included that Ukraine fire several officials before a ‘high-level’ delegation would be considered.

Distance from a home at war

Bucha resident Tetiana Rovna spoke with OC media about her experience as a refugee and what it means to witness one’s home ravaged by war from afar.

Distance from a home at war

By Aren Melikyan

Bucha resident Tetiana Rovna spoke with OC media about her experience as a refugee and what it means to witness one’s home ravaged by war from afar.

Ukrainian intelligence accuses Georgia of allowing Russia to dodge sanctions

According to Ukraine, the smuggling routes were being established to import military, dual-purpose, and civilian goods that have been subject to Western export controls in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Ukrainian intelligence accuses Georgia of allowing Russia to dodge sanctions

According to Ukraine, the smuggling routes were being established to import military, dual-purpose, and civilian goods that have been subject to Western export controls in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Georgia’s ruling party accuses President of violating constitution

The government has accused Salome Zurabishvili of refusing to sign off on ambassadors they have nominated — a claim Zurabishvili denies.

Georgia’s ruling party accuses President of violating constitution

The government has accused Salome Zurabishvili of refusing to sign off on ambassadors they have nominated — a claim Zurabishvili denies.

Russia investigates Ingush journalist over invasion coverage

A criminal investigation has been launched against Fortanga founder Izabella Evloeva.

Russia investigates Ingush journalist over invasion coverage

A criminal investigation has been launched against Fortanga founder Izabella Evloeva.

In pictures | Georgians killed in Ukraine receive hero’s welcome in Tbilisi

Gia Beriashvili and Davit Ratiani were killed on the Irpin front, northwest of Kyiv, on 18 March.

In pictures | Georgians killed in Ukraine receive hero’s welcome in Tbilisi

Gia Beriashvili and Davit Ratiani were killed on the Irpin front, northwest of Kyiv, on 18 March.

Shattered glass at the Kharkiv train station

Baku-born Islam Melikov has lived in Kharkiv for three decades. OC Media spoke about his escape from the city and his thoughts on the war at a refugee shelter in Poland

Shattered glass at the Kharkiv train station

By Peter Liakhov

Baku-born Islam Melikov has lived in Kharkiv for three decades. OC Media spoke about his escape from the city and his thoughts on the war at a refugee shelter in Poland

Georgia’s former defence minister goes to war

A former Defence Minister of Georgia, Irakli Okruashvili, is now fighting on the front lines defending Kyiv.

Georgia’s former defence minister goes to war

By Tata Shoshiashvili

A former Defence Minister of Georgia, Irakli Okruashvili, is now fighting on the front lines defending Kyiv.

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