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As President Viktor Yanukovych announces that he has invited the opposition to participate in dialogue, protest leaders say the time for compromise has passed.
Armenia's human rights ombudsman has denounced rampant corruption in the country's judicial system. According to his findings, bribe-taking in Armenian courts is endemic and even has an unofficial price list.
Homosexuals in Belarus are facing increasing pressure from the authorities, and they want the world to know about it.
Twenty-five years ago, a devastating earthquake struck the northern part of the then-Soviet Republic of Armenia, killing tens of thousands of people.
Russian travel photographer Ivan Dementievskiy has managed to capture the small Caucasus country of Armenia in all its mountainous glory.
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