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Abkhazia's Azkhara Foundation stands accused of providing assistance on an ethnic basis to local residents with big families. From JAMnews.
Russia drew valuable lessons from its easy victory over Georgia in the 2008 war.
High prevalence of HIV/AIDS and discrimination from officials and society at large often leave trans people with sex work as the only option for making a living, say activists.
After a month of protests, Giorgi Kvirikashvilli’s departure paves the way for a new Georgian Dream government.
Controversial verdict in murder case of two teenagers catalyzes demonstrations against corruption, which have already rattled the upper echelons of power.
In spring 1918, three remarkably progressive states emerged in the power vacuum between Russia and Turkey.
The country has emerged as a leader in large-scale cryptocurrency mining, thereby exposing its social and environmental effects.
Anti-drug raids in two LGBT-friendly techno music venues led to protests, as well as counter-protests from the city’s far-right groups.