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Many villages have become border settlements, with no buffer zone.
President’s party wins again as pressure grows on independent observers and opposition forces.
Officials warn that historic sites in areas under Baku’s control risk damage.
While their visible presence is reassuring, questions still remain over longer-term solutions.
Families of detainees demand answers about the fate of loved ones.
10 Jul 20
Those dependent on services financed by the Georgian government struggle to access care.
9 Jul 20
Endemic bribery and poor services are hampering the country’s response.
7 Jul 20
Covid-19 crisis puts further pressure on community already facing deep-rooted prejudice.
30 Jun 20
Critics say that officials relaxed restrictions far too early.
29 Jun 20
Event hears that falling oil and gas prices may be a barrier to implementing greener policies.
25 Jun 20
Initiative launched to campaign for media freedom during time of crisis.
22 Jun 20
Public outcry after footage emerges of officers beating man for violating lockdown.
22 Jun 20
Civil society groups call for the political echelons to rein in their rhetoric.
10 Jun 20
Former detainees face routine threats and intimidation
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