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Yadigar Sadiqov. (Photo courtesy of Y. Sadiqov)
17 Jan 2014
Yadigar Sadiqov convicted of assault in a case his supporters say was manufactured.
Tented camp for homeless people in Georgia. (Photo: Natia Geguchadze)
14 Jan 2014
Campaigners say temporary shelters all well and good, but more concerted welfare programme is needed.
A picture of the late Zaur Hasanov is held up during his funeral. (Photo: Aziz Karimli)
13 Jan 2014
Government accused of spending too little oil money to improve their lives.
Roadworks taking place in Armenia’s Tavush region to make viable alternative routes to a highway threatened by cross-border shooting. (Photo: Photolure)
10 Jan 2014
With their main highway shut because of the risk of gunfire, residents of northeastern district are almost cut off from the outside world.
Armenian justice minister Hrayr Tovmasyan. (Photo: Photolure agency)
28 Dec 2013
Government plans to reduce use of custody orders for suspects awaiting trial.
Armenian foreign minister Eduard Nalbandyan (left) and his Turkish counterpart Ahmet Davutoğlu shake hands in Yerevan on December 12. (Photo: Photolure agency)
24 Dec 2013
Turkey now says Armenia must mend fences with its other neighbour Azerbaijan before rapprochement can happen.
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