Despite recent death threats, Armenian journalist Marianna Grigoryan and her team continue to battle on for press freedoms and holding the powers that be accountable.
Outgoing leader Sargsyan denies speculations he will seek to become prime minister, although his party backs the move.
When his skis broke, hopes for the country’s only Alpine skier to compete in Pyeongchang looked dim.
Perfect for harried parents, Cribby promises to do everything but change diapers.
Eastern Partnership summit also expected to see UK’s May pledge funds to counter ‘hostile’ Russia.
Parliament could soon consider bill to boost legal protection for violence victims despite opposition by conservative groups.
Recent trends show the country might be on the way toward improving an alarming sex ratio imbalance among newborns.
Confrontation underlines the sometimes tetchy relations between Georgians and the sizeable Armenian minority.
David Lynch plans to launch film festival and cinematography institute in Georgia.
Despite being stripped of its funding after the collapse of the Soviet Union, Yerevan’s famed blind choir is still fighting for its existence. From JAMnews.
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