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Europe on Air – A New Opportunity for GIPA Student Radio

GIPA student radio joined the collaborative project "Europe on Air" to prepare, analyze and experiment with different radio formats together with 25 other students from universities in Turkey, Bulgaria, Spain and Belgium in March 2015. This year's host was Anadolu University in the city of Eskisehir - a story of which students told through different senses.

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War Veterans' Hospital

There is three storey, red brick building with falling cracked plaster and paint inside, cracks in the walls, and huge holes in the ceiling.  The building blows cold and drenched by his own history. The building serves as war veteran hospital since 1978 in Tbilisi, Georgia.

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Children without documents

Leyla (name changed) is one of 23 children living in orphanage. She was 2 when mother gave her to Russian baby sitter. She never came back. Little girl didn’t go to school; she lived with her nanny until she got 13. Leyla remembers how occasionally her mother sent her money and clothes.

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I am alone with my problems

 During the day I am sitting in front of my house: here is warmer, than in the home. I am sitting here not to switch the light. How I can pay, if I use electricity. I do not have gas. During winter water is getting frozen. My neighbor gave me cardboard for heating my house during the winter time. But it does not help”, - says pensioner Gohar Harutyunyan.

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Sex Selective Abortions in Armenia

If the phenomenon of gender-based artificial termination of pregnancy continues in Armenia, the country will lose about 93.000 women or potential parents till 2060. Today's index of 1400 unborn infant girls per year will rise to 2000 up to 2060.  The latter is certified by the research “The gender disproportion of new-born babies in Armenia. Demographic data and analysis” held by UNO’s Population Fund from June of 2012 to January of 2013.

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Ivanovka - a little piece from Soviet union

Ivanovka, Azerbaijan is a little piece from Soviet union, the collective farm and Molokans-  a group of  Christians, who were exiled from Russia by Catherine the Great in 1834. During the centuries Molokans could keep their language, traditions and religious because of what they were exiled. Ivanovka, is the oldest and biggest molokan village in Azerbaijan. Beside that their native language is russian, many of them knows azerbaijani language quite well.

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Latest news

David Sherazadashvili from the Georgian Dream Party has become the mayor of Bolnisi, a region mostly populated by the ethnic Azerbaijanis.

What Vaziani residents expect from the Local Elections.

 

 

 

"It was a tottally unexpected to feel this strong support during the pre-election period."