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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.
3 Nov 15
Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda says there are reasonable grounds to look into crimes allegedly committed during 2008 conflict.
29 Oct 15
Last call for submissions – deadline Monday, November 2.
27 Oct 15
Politicians seem prepared to consider a measure that would guarantee women a quarter of seats in the legislature.
27 Oct 15
Government accused of trying to silence major broadcaster.
14 Oct 15
Critics say environmental and human costs are too high.
28 Aug 15
Officials agree to clear waterways and give communities on both sides the water they need for their crops.
26 Aug 15
University enrolment is up for Armenians and Azerbaijanis, but programmes to teach them Georgian still need work.
18 Aug 15
As locals say air quality is poor and water is unsafe to drink, a mining firm says it’s taking practical steps towards cleaner production.
13 Aug 15
Pragmatism wins out in agreement to sort out defective waterways vital to both sides.
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