Pashinyan ally Hayk Marutyan is set to become mayor after the My Step blocâs sweeping victory winning 81% of the vote.
Kabardian and Balkar groups clashed after a group of horsemen was blocked from riding through a Balkar village to celebrate an 18th century battle.
When conÂfrontÂed with unfair dismissal or other vioÂlaÂtions of their labour rights, people in Nagorno-Karabakh face an uphill battle through the courts.
Changes to the leadÂerÂship and rules of Azerbaijanâs Bar AssoÂciÂaÂtion have left many prominent human rights lawyers unable to practice their trade.
Despite a rise in the awareness of womenâs rights, a lack of women decision-makers is standing in the way of legal changes.
An enviÂronÂmenÂtal protest against an offshore mining company in Jermuk has put Armeniaâs revÂoÂluÂtionÂary govÂernÂment between a rock and a hard place.
For many of the loved ones of disabled veterans, being a carer is a full time task with little support.
In a recording allegedly of one of Georgian Dreamâs founders, the second in recent weeks, he is heard demanding cars from the founder of Omega Group.
Intigam Aliyev has been a loud critic of Azerbaijanâs authorÂiÂties accusing them of cracking down on indeÂpenÂdent lawyers and other forms of represÂsion.
Charges against the men for setting fire to a local adminÂisÂtraÂtion building were allegedly based on a conÂfesÂsion gained under torture.
Relatives said they were promised the men would receive lighter sentences if they did not contact rights groups or the media.