(CNN) CNN has taken a glimpse into the life of modern-day Armenia as part of its latest On the Road series broadcast over the weekend. A documentary presented on CNN International on Saturday attempted to explore Armenia from different aspects, including the innovative brainpower of its young people, the nation’s love of chess, the difficult history of Armenians and their traditions.
(CHANNEL 4 NEWS UK) Belarus border guards order Jonathan Rugman out of the country, but our resourceful Channel 4 News cameraman slips past them for a much-needed glimpse of Europe's most repressive regime.
(CNN) CNN's Karl Penhaul gets a rare look inside Transnistria, a self-declared country sandwiched between Moldova and Ukraine.
(ICTV CHANNEL) This film is the first attempt to analyze the events of the past three months, which taking place in Ukraine. Famous people who unrelated to politics, tell about the events in the country.
(VICE) Russia has invaded the Crimean peninsula of Ukraine and taken over its civilian and military infrastructure. Not a shot has been fired so far, but Russia is using its superior force to intimidate Ukrainian troops in an attempt to get them to surrender. Russia claims it wants to stabilize the situation on the peninsula, which has a large Russian population, but Ukraine's new government regards the move as an occupation of its sovereign territory.
(DK PRODUCTIONS) The 2004 Orange Revolution in Ukraine was a massive demonstration of people for democracy and against electoral fraud. Millions braved freezing weather conditions to fight against stolen elections. The award winning film THE ORANGE CHRONICLES is a powerfully moving and unique examination of Ukraine's Orange Revolution from the perspective of an intrepid Ukrainian-American filmmaker.
(BBC PANORAMA) Panorama goes undercover inside Azerbaijan, the host country of the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest, to discover the extraordinary truth about this secretive country and its approach to the world's most watched non-sporting event.
(JOURNEYMAN PICTURES) President Saparmurat Niyazov of Turkmenistan was the dictator famous in the West for his crazy decrees and bizarre personality cult. But for his people, there was nothing comical about his rule.
(DEUTSCHE WELLE) The beginning of this year saw a change of administration in Transnistria. It's trying to gradually open up to the international community. After 20 years of isolation, the region's economy is in tatters.