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Khadija Ismailova. (Photo: Shahla Sultanova)
21 Feb 2014
Khadija Ismayil published a document on the secret service spying on the opposition. Prosecutors say that's a state secret.
Areg Gevorgyan, head of public affairs for the opposition Armenian National Congress. (Photo: Nazik Armenakyan)
21 Feb 2014
March 1 demonstration will commemorate post-election violence of 2008.
David Usupashvili, speaker of the Georgian parliament. (Photo: Georgian parliamentary press service)
17 Feb 2014
Political leaders say membership plan should be agreed this year if NATO is serious about inviting Georgia to join.
14 Feb 2014
Women’s rights activists note rise in murders and suicides in the home.
Gagik Yeganyan, head of Armenia's migration agency. (Photo: Photolure agency)
14 Feb 2014
Foreign nationals without extended residence rights restricted to staying three months out of six in Russia.
Children play on the stairs in the Bagebi dormitory; they have no other place to go. (Photo: Mark Rafaelov)
13 Feb 2014
What was meant as temporary refuge has become home to people who fled Abkhazia two decades ago.
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