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The Inguri hydroelectric power plant badly needs repairs that would put it out of action for months if not years.
Fears that prohibitions will lead women to seek illegal procedures that could be extremely dangerous.
Raul Khajimba has committed himself to reforming the way Abkhazia is governed.
As opposition considers whether to field one candidate or several, many Abkhaz are alarmed at the precedent set by ousting leaders, even unpopular ones.
13 Nov 09
Volunteers try to help bereaved youngsters still traumatised by the conflict.
6 Nov 09
Once an orphanage, the institution has evolved to care for the child victims of a broken society.
24 Oct 09
Armenians do not share world’s joy over protocols, fear Ankara has a hidden agenda.
24 Oct 09
Activists cite cases where they claim members of opposition convicted in totally - or partially - fabricated trials.
22 Oct 09
Azeris say Turkey’s border accord with Armenia is a betrayal of their alliance.
16 Oct 09
Press and broadcasters seen as subservient, misleading many about their safety.
22 Sep 09
Court action over maritime boundary could harm mutually beneficial gas pipeline project.
10 Sep 09
Armenians in Karabakh welcome move on Turkey-Armenia ties.
9 Sep 09
Armenia and Turkey move towards peace via “football diplomacy”.
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