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Journalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.

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Batumi mosque - prayers sitting in the street because there is no space inside. (Photo courtesy of Beka Tsikarishvili)
16 Sep 16
The community wants more state support for their religious institutions.
Aram Manukyan, lawmaker from the opposition Armenian National Congress. (Photo: Photolure Agency)
10 Sep 16
Recent amendments have been canceled for ''technical reasons''.
Faig Amirli. (Photo: Ramin Deko)
2 Sep 16
Interior minister vows to pursue the Islamic cleric´s movement.
(Photo: Tamta Tvalavadze)
28 Aug 16
Campaigners say the authorities are destroying parks under pressure from developers.
Natig Jafarli. (Photo: Natig Adilov)
25 Aug 16
Mooted legal changes would further entrench the president's power.
Protesters panicked when the police began using stun grenades. (Photo: Nazik Armenakyan)
8 Aug 16
How a standoff between armed gunmen and the authorities turned into a symbol of popular discontent.
The Caucasus University meeting at which the new rector was announced. Shown left to right are former rector Ahmed Sanich, SOCAR vice-president Khalig Mammadov and current rector Elmar Gasimov. By APA(Photo: APA)
5 Aug 16
Experts weigh wide-ranging geopolitical and security repercussions.
(L to R) John Durnin, EUMM Spokesperson, Chief of Press and Press Information Unit, Natia Kuprashvili, Natalia Dzvelishvili, Maia Mamulashvili and Beka Bajelidze. (Photo: IWPR)
30 Jul 16
Main regional networks team up to set best journalism standards.
EU Delegation to Armenia Ambassador Piotr Switalski.  (Photo: IWPR)
29 Jul 16
Experts discussed rates of cancer, urban development and ongoing EU talks.
People came to a demonstration down Mashtots Avenue in Yerevan on July 18 protesting against the illegal detention of dozens of activists by the police. (Photo: Nazik Armenakyan)
Photo Essay
21 Jul 16
Police have blocked roads and detained residents gathering in the city centre.

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