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In pictures | Struggle in the open-air: Tbilisi’s Navtlughi Bazaar

The open-air bazaars of Tbilisi began with the collapse of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s; they remain a vital lifeline for many. 

In pictures | Struggle in the open-air: Tbilisi’s Navtlughi Bazaar

The open-air bazaars of Tbilisi began with the collapse of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s; they remain a vital lifeline for many. 

Shopkeepers call for compensation after fire devastates Baku mall

A fire engulfed the city’s Diglas Shopping Centre on Tuesday.

Shopkeepers call for compensation after fire devastates Baku mall

A fire engulfed the city’s Diglas Shopping Centre on Tuesday.

Georgian Labour Party leader ‘stages fake interview’ with street vendor

Shalva Natelashvili summoned journalists to meet a ‘struggling fruit and vegetables seller’ who later turned out to be a party activist.

Georgian Labour Party leader ‘stages fake interview’ with street vendor

Shalva Natelashvili summoned journalists to meet a ‘struggling fruit and vegetables seller’ who later turned out to be a party activist.

Seeking acceptance: the Pakistanis building a new life in Azerbaijan

For Pakistani immigrants, even those who have built a life and a family in Azerbaijan, official recognition — citizenship — can remain elusive.

Seeking acceptance: the Pakistanis building a new life in Azerbaijan

By Bahruz Samadov

For Pakistani immigrants, even those who have built a life and a family in Azerbaijan, official recognition — citizenship — can remain elusive.

Fire in Daghestan market destroys 60 stalls

The fire in Kizilyurt engulfed an area covering 500 square metres, leaving dozens without jobs and businesses.

Fire in Daghestan market destroys 60 stalls

The fire in Kizilyurt engulfed an area covering 500 square metres, leaving dozens without jobs and businesses.

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