Armenians living in Nagorno-Karabakh are seeing shortages in basic necessities and are calling on the US and EU to step in.
Protests against COVID-19 restrictions, some of them turning violent, rocked Europe over the weekend. Also, Sudan's top military commander reinstates Abdulla Hamdok, but as interim prime minister, until new elections are held. And, two of 17 missionaries kidnapped in October have been released in Haiti.
As tensions flare up again between Armenia and Azerbaijan, Thomas de Wall, a senior fellow with Carnegie Europe with a specialty in Eastern Europe, speaks to The World's host Marco Werman about the regional players invested in the fight and how their interests are influencing the conflict.
Armenia and human rights advocates around the globe applauded Biden’s move, while Turkey responded with furor.
Armenia's prime minister accused top military officers on Thursday of attempting a coup after they demanded he step down, adding fuel to monthslong protests calling for his resignation.
The war in Nagorno-Karabakh has been a huge setback for Armenia's nascent wine industry. As the country mobilized for war, grapes wilted on the vine.
Although rebuilding has started here, for some, too much has been lost.
Armenians have evacuated houses —and attended church services — in the remote region handed over to Baku's control recently as part of a Russian-administered peace deal.
In the last month, Azerbaijani forces have captured several Armenian territories and bombarded Nagorno-Karabakh.
Thursday night’s presidential debate in Nashville, Tenn., focused extensively on foreign policy topics, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is to meet Friday with the foreign ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan, and Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has urged demonstrators who have taken to the streets against police brutality to end their protests.