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Donetsk, Don't Cry: The South Ossetians Are Here
They may be a small group, but they are tough mountain men, seasoned in war and guerrilla-living.
En eye-opening tour through the hidden worlds of Azerbaijan, Georgia and Armenia
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia July 26 2014 En eye-opening tour through the hidden worlds of Azerbaijan, Georgia and Armenia Travel DateJuly 26, 2014 Expect the unexpected when you venture to the ancient Caucasus, writes Isobel King.
VivaCell-MTS' new base station near Khosrov Forest State Reserve
In the frame of its commitment to providing mountainous, far-reaching, and thinly-populated areas of Armenia with access to mobile communication services, VivaCell-MTS has installed from the scratch a new base-transceiver station in the Caucasus Wildlife Refuge, a high-altitude area, adjacent to the Khosrov Forest State Reserve.
Alhokair to expand M&S's reach in Saudi Arabia
Alhokair Fashion Retail has unveiled plans to significantly grow the Marks & Spencer store portfolio in Saudi Arabia with a pipeline of 10 new store openings by April 2015.
Hraparak: Hollande's Regional Visit Linked To Karabakh Settlement
HRAPARAK: HOLLANDE'S REGIONAL VISIT LINKED TO KARABAKH SETTLEMENT 09:24 * 16.07.14 The paper says it has learned from sources close to the US Embassy to Armenia that the French president's recent visit to the South Caucasus region was linked to new his new plans on settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
BAKU: Armenia's Unwillingness In Karabakh Conflict Settlement Lead To Hostilities
ARMENIA'S UNWILLINGNESS IN KARABAKH CONFLICT SETTLEMENT LEAD TO HOSTILITIES AzerNews, Azerbaijan July 16 2014 16 July 2014, 10:00 By Sara Rajabova Political analyst believe that diplomacy and peace negotiations have been at a minimum and military processes at the maximum level in settling Nagorno-Karabakh conflict over the past 20 years.
Abkhaz MPs: Armenia Should Recognize Abkhazia Before Railway Project Starts
ABKHAZ MPS: ARMENIA SHOULD RECOGNIZE ABKHAZIA BEFORE RAILWAY PROJECT STARTS Apsnypress, Sukhumi July 10 2014 A group of MPs from Georgia's separatist Abkhazia have warned that restoring the republic's railway should not jeopardize Abkhazia's "independence", the separatist run Apsypress news agency reported on 10 July.
World Bank Continues Supporting Public Service Delivery in Azerbaijan
The project is designed to sustain justice sector modernization by expanding access, strengthening due process, and ensuring transparency in the delivery of key justice and legal services.