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Countryside near Verin Karmiraghbyur, a village in northeast Armenia from which two residents have crossed into Azerbaijan in recent weeks. (Photo: Nazik Armenakyan)
17 Mar 2014
Yerevan claims 77-year-old villager tortured while imprisoned for over a month.
Protests over a housing redevelopment scheme in Baku. (Photo:
14 Mar 2014
They say the compensation on offer would not buy a replacement home anywhere in the capital.
Azerbaijani opposition leader Isa Gambar addressing protesters in central Kiev, December 2013. (Photo:
14 Mar 2014
Sustained, regime-shaking demonstrations seem out of the question in Azerbaijan.
11 Mar 2014
Government insists new compulsory contributions will stay in force despite public anger.
Georgian parliament in session. (Photo: Akhali Gazeti)
7 Mar 2014
Damning resolution still falls short of call for sanctions, as politicians weigh dangers for Georgia itself.
A protest holds a banner saying “Putin Get Out” during a demonstration outside the Russian embassy in Yerevan, March 5. (Photo: Photolure agency)
7 Mar 2014
Government too closely tied to Moscow to say anything controversial, although it plans to work with new Kiev leaders.
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