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Pope Francis will begin a three-day trip to Armenia on June 24. (Photo: Franco Origlia/Getty Images)
22 Jun 16
The event has national as well as spiritual significance for the region’s smallest country.
The Noble Partner training exercise held recently in Georgia. (Photo: Georgian ministry of defence)
20 Jun 16
Tbilisi continues to dream, but membership remains a long way off.
Airshow of the Russian Aerobatic Team at the Erebuni military airport, Yerevan. (Photo: Photolure Agency)
19 Jun 16
Fears that Moscow cannot be trusted as a guarantor of national security.
Young journalists receive training in responsible reporting and countering violent extremism. (Photo: IWPR)
16 Jun 16
This key sector can play an important role in supporting rule of law and combating radicalisation.
The late Rasim Aliyev. (Photo: Fargana Novruzova)
9 Jun 16
Activists warn that government demonisation has created a culture of impunity.
Khadija Ismayilova leaves prison on May 25. (Photo: Elmira Rahim)
4 Jun 16
The country’s most famous prisoner of conscience has been freed, but activists continue to be detained.
Armine Hambardzumyan grew up in an orphanage. She now has three children of her own. (Photo: Anna Muradyan)
27 May 16
Children raised in care homes are marginalised by society, even after they reach adulthood.
Giyasaddin Ibrahim faces a lengthy prison sentence. (Photo: Azeri Public Television)
24 May 16
Drugs charges used as pretext for detaining men who vandalised a public monument.
On April 5, Armenia´s government approved a draft law on the recognition of Nagorny Karabakh. (Photo Courtesy of Press Office of Armenian Government)
13 May 16
A draft law under consideration by parliament has been condemned as highly provocative.
Georgian special forces officer patrolling the Georgian border with South Ossetia. (Photo: Goga Aptsiauri)
12 May 16
People cut off by the de facto border still want to visit cemeteries on the other side.

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