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Prevented from fighting for Karabakh, diaspora community sends aid and funding.
Leaders on both sides look to leverage short-term gains in the upcoming polls.
Even the dim hope of democracy defeating Russian domination excites our own future prospects.
With the checkpoint closed, some residents of Abkhazia are risking their lives to access services.
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.
13 Jul 15
Virtually no efforts are taking place to counter violent extremism through civil society engagement in the country.
25 Jun 15
Journalists have heard the stories of fighters going off to Syria. Now they’ve had a chance to visit an area said to be a hotbed of radical Islam.
22 Jun 15
In the Pankisi Gorge, locals call for more action to stop young men going off to fight in Syria.
15 Jun 15
Fifteen dead in worst flood in years; locals told to stay home until escaped zoo animals are recaptured or shot.
25 May 15
Travel restrictions introduced in 2014 are blamed for reduction in visitors to picturesque Caucasus state.
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