It’s hard to protect yourself from the virus without proper facilities.
As Azerbaijan captures 13 Armenian servicemen amid the worst fighting since the 2020 war, the fate of other prisoners of war remains uncertain.
Amid trauma of defeat, there has been little discussion of the ethical implications of state-sponsored programme.
Experts say that internal politics and a lack of strong reaction from the West have weakened response to ex head-of-state’s arrest.
All students have to learn in Russian, in a move condemned as “an obvious manifestation of racial discrimination”.
Infections are on the rise as conspiracy theories fuel scepticism, further hobbling immunisation efforts.
Enmity and toxic rhetoric dominate discourse amid a second round of critical local elections.
Europe’s leading human rights organisation calls on both sides to cooperate.
Claims that the new system is being implemented without proper public consultation and will weaken democracy.
Ethnic Georgians say that the de facto Abkhazia government is using their land as a dumping ground.