After a vitriol-filled campaign, the new head of state will not find it easy to build a more consensual style of politics.
The next president will have reduced powers as country transitions to a parliamentary system.
With no income from the devastated orchards, some farmers are turning to smuggling to make ends meet.
After more than 25 years, mines near the Azerbaijani border still pose a hazard to humans and animals.
Just over a month before elections, the serious contenders in a large field of candidates are jostling to the front.
A video report explores the lives of the people who remain unable to return home as the “frozen conflicts” in Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine fester on.
Despite repeated complaints, Georgia is still preventing Ossetians now based in Russia from visiting the villages where they once lived not so long ago. From JAMnews.
Abkhazia's Azkhara Foundation stands accused of providing assistance on an ethnic basis to local residents with big families. From JAMnews.
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