Project delivers medical aid to people in remote areas and those displaced by the war.
Locals say that the physical and emotional damage will take a long time to heal.
Tbilisi has refused to acknowledge medical needs as genuine or to release jailed former leader for treatment.
Citizens can be punished for dissemination of religious materials, even if of a non-extremist nature.
Murky investigation and lack of accountability followed violence that scarred a nation.
Ukrainians remain defiant as they brace for what will be a tough holiday season.
As Russian shelling plunges Ukraine into blackout, the Jewish community celebrates a miracle that has particular resonance amid the war.
The war has pushed the national share in the GDP to a record 78 per cent, while excluding oligarchs.
As an Azerbaijani blockade continues, a Syrian Armenian in Stepanakert reflects on war and family.
Judge describes how the court system continued to operate, even after officials were forced to flee for fear of retribution.