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"Margvelashvili lifted the injured and tried to help him, but in vain" - What happened in Mtskheta
On July 26th 15-year old Ushisha Koriauli fell victim to the car of the EU diplomatic mission in Misaktsieli village of Mtskheta district.
Putin has started a new clash with the West, this time over the flow of oil through Georgia - QUARTZ
Moscow has escalated its brinksmanship with the West, reopening a monumental 1990s clash over an oil pipeline that it fought
The Ossetian logic: “The moment Georgia recognizes us, everything will sort itself out”
The events that took place last week at the so-called border between Georgia and the breakaway region of Tskhinvali were discussed
What will the new head of Georgia’s interior Ministry be like?
Georgia’s State Security Service now has a new head, and the country’s Security and Crisis Management Council has a new vice chairman.
U.S. Ambassador’s farewell to “Unforgettable Georgia”
Ambassador Richard Norland and his spouse Mary thanked the people of Georgia and wished the country well as they departed
"EBRD means F**k Hard" - PM Jachvliani offers further insights on what EBRD means
Somebody stop Soso Jachvliani! By all means necessary, if it comes to that.
“Pursue your own agenda, not someone else’s”
Wise Words from Kęstutis Jankauskas: Head of EUMM in Georgia on Recent “Borderization” and His Own Country’s Difficult Past
I never go to EBRD because I am a faithful husband - MP Soso Jachvliani
I’ve never been with a 10-ruble prostitute; though I have worked with all the lovely ladies of Soviet cinema without paying
Georgia represented as the region’s successful reformer at the “Croatia Forum 2015”
Georgian Foreign Minister Tamar Beruchashvili has taken part in “Croatia Forum 2015” - annual high-level international conference
Waiting for the paint to dry - The art of redrawing borders
“The main plot of this Russian ‘Borderisation Business’ is to cut and incapacitate the highway between Eastern and Western Georgia.
Russian Constitutional Court rules that Russia is not obligated to fulfill verdicts of European Court of Human Rights
“Russia is not obligated to comply with verdicts delivered by the European Court of Human Rights if they violate its fundamental
Where Georgia ends, according to Russia
This cropped image from Google Maps carries far more meaning than meets the eye. Apparently, that's where Georgia actually
Russian expansion: 'I went to bed in Georgia – and woke up in South Ossetia'
A slow-motion plan to absorb territory has left Georgians cut off in a foreign land, or exiled from their homes. But, all the while, pro-Kremlin
He did it! - Irakli Alasania’s breathtaking bungee jump
Natia Panjikidze, wife of Free Democrats leader Irakli Alasania, has published a video
NATO is our tomorrow
NGO by the name of “Integration – Road to NATO and the EU” has recently held the sixth summer seminar about NATO for the media representatives.
“A Changing Neighbourhood” and academic reflections on it
Few, if any, individuals were as instrumental in emergence of what is now called European unity as the brilliant French diplomat Jean Monnet.
Russia will have to pay compensation to Georgia no matter what
What Georgia as a country considered just another dramatic process represented a personal tragedy for many of its citizens
Oh Brutus, Where Art Thou?
“I would compare Putin to the Roman leaders in the time of Roman Empire’s agony. While Caesar’s Rome was the Rome of ascendancy, Putin’s
Greece: Between Scylla And Charybdis
Donald Tusk: “Only five days to avoid Grexit.”
U.S. to pay salaries of Governor Saakashvili’s team in Odessa, Ukraine
The U.S. government will pay the salaries to the staff of Georgia's former President Mikhail Saakashvili
“The following must be urgently done” - Think Tank calls the Georgian Government to take steps regarding Greece crisis
According to the New Political Center, a think tank composed of former parliamentary opposition, economic problems of Greece
Spurned by the West, Georgians look to Russia despite past quarrels - The Washington Post
The Washington Post has published an article about Georgia's political orientation and relations ti Russia and NATO.
“The Genie is out of Bottle” - Lessons from Turkish Elections
Despite holding onto its number one position, the AKP, together with at least one of the opposition forces, is due to create a government
Eyewitness report: “President Margvelashvili jumped down from his car, helped the lady up, put her in a taxi and ran back”
Ucha Khvedelidze, employee of Georgia’s Education Ministry, described on his Facebook page a peculiar event he had recently witnessed.
The cake eaters
The cake eaters
According to the World Health Organization’s established norm, big cities should have at least 50 square meters of greenery per denizen.
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A group of media representatives set aside their microphones, video cameras and voice recorders for a day to try their skills
The National Library of Georgia created a digital archive of all Kviris Palitra newspaper issues published during its 18-year history.
The Georgian Office of the United Nations Human Rights High Commissioner organized a media workshop in the town of Sighnaghi, informing reporters about cases of prisoner torture and health complications due to their mistreatment in the penitentiary system.
Lelo, the sports newspaper held a celebration at its offices for the publication of its 14,000th issue.
Manager of the Public Broadcasting Channel 1 Giorgi Baratashvili responded to allegations of the head of the news service of the channel Khatuna Berdzenishvili regarding her dismissal from the position on political grounds.
Head of the Public Broadcasting Channel 1 News Service Khatuna Berdzenishvili announced during a special briefing held on March 1 that she had been relieved of her position by the Manager of the channel Giorgi Baratashvili.
The United States Ambassador Richard Norland granted certificates to graduates of the 1-year certification and 2-month internship courses at the Radio Liberty Media School.
The new talk show Iron Ladies by Tina Kandelaki premiered on Russia's NTV channel on February 17. Kandelaki and Margarita Simonyan were presenters of the show which lasted for 40 minutes and was dedicated to the recent Chelyabinsk meteorite shower incident.
Many BBC journalists have gone on strike for 24 hours in a dispute over compulsory redundancies. The National Union of Journalists (NUJ) said it called the strike after failing to reach an agreement with management over the redeployment of 30 staff members facing compulsory redundancy.
NBC’s Al Roker scored a split-second, wild chat with President Obama and got a handshake from Vice President Biden during the inaugural parade on Monday.