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For some, Narimanov is an inspirational role model. For others, he was a Communist traitor.
Hundreds of buildings are in dire need of restoration, but arguments continue over who has the authority to carry out works.
Those dependent on services financed by the Georgian government struggle to access care.
How women mobilised to care for the most vulnerable members of their already-stressed communities.
Calls for convicted killer to be handed over to serve sentence.
27 Apr 16
The Inguri hydroelectric power plant badly needs repairs that would put it out of action for months if not years.
19 Apr 16
Tbilisi considers the possibility of mediating between the warring parties.
18 Mar 16
The transition is not working well for people in more isolated areas.
15 Feb 16
The Islamic Republic's re-entry into international markets may inject new life into the region’s economy.
12 Feb 16
Award recognises reporting that promotes peaceful solutions to conflict.
8 Feb 16
Tbilisi rubbishes Russian claims that jihadists have set up training bases within the country.
25 Jan 16
State hopes that incentives will stem the flow of people leaving isolated parts of the country.
25 Jan 16
A lack of coordination means that tens of thousands of people have yet to be rehoused, despite numerous assistance programmes.
7 Dec 15
Parliament bans marriage for under-18s except with court’s assent, but rights activists say this won’t be enough to effect change.
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