Without sufficient water, residents of one Azerbaijani village lack the means to farm or, in any cases, even marry.
They whisper, but sometimes scream
A small organization in Yerevan is helping people deal with the challenges of dementia.
Catching a memory
Activists worry that Azerbaijani MPs could follow Russia’s lead.
Russia's homophobic law inspires Azerbaijani political elites
Nearly a century after his birth, however, Parajanov’s arrest and lifestyle are being embraced by the queer community in Georgia.
Parajanov embraced by LGBTQI community in Georgia
For nearly 20 years the residents of Azerbaijan’s Absheron peninsula have been robbed of their right to access the sea: the beaches their families enjoyed for generations have been cut off by illegally constructed fences and buildings, effectively barring the locals from using the seashore. A rare victory has inspired one village to fight for its rights. Will others follow?
Behind the fences
The consequences of the 2020 war between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Armenia is handing over territories, people are forced to leave their homes.
A Story of home
Eldar is determined not to leave his home in the heart of Tbilisi, where he was born and raised, despite the risk of the building falling down.
Who is left from the old ones?
As a result of mining activities a rural part of Chiatura looks like a battlefield.