Society
30 December, 2014
30 December, 2014
Two giant bear-like dogs - the Caucasian shepherd and the Tibetan Mastiff are attractive yet extremely dangerous animals.
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30 December, 2014
30 December, 2014
Russian Energy Company Rosneft will purchase 49% of Petrocas Energy shares that belong to Georgian businessman Davit Iakobashvili.
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30 December, 2014
30 December, 2014
Davit Sarajishvili’s wine glass, Iakob Gogebashvili’s dinnerware, Ekaterine Chavchavadze’s figurine – this is what the 19th century New Year’s feasting table looked like.
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30 December, 2014
30 December, 2014
Probably intended as a prank, a child in one of Tbilisi’s families put a firecracker into his grandfather’s mouth while he was asleep. The explosion singed the elderly man’s mouth.
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29 December, 2014
29 December, 2014
In Rize, a city in Ardeshen district of Turkey, a Georgian citizen has died in a car accident.
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29 December, 2014
29 December, 2014
Tbilisi Mayor Davit Narmania has called on citizens to obey new rules on the use of fireworks.
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29 December, 2014
29 December, 2014
Tbilisi Metro and Rike cable cars will serve passengers free of charge on nights of the New Year and Christmas. According to Paata Jachvliani, Head of the Tbilisi City Transport
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29 December, 2014
29 December, 2014
In order to show which program is more popular, TV stations often publish ratings. These ratings, however, almost always become points of debate, since many believe they have no basis in reality.
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28 December, 2014
28 December, 2014
Fire in the former military hospital building has killed a 7-year-old boy.
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27 December, 2014
27 December, 2014
The Guardian reports about tango lessons in Georgia's capital Tbilisi.
'Hands curl into each other and partners draw close. Glittering shoes scrape across the floor. Short skirts twirl.
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27 December, 2014
27 December, 2014
These are the Christmas wishes of 16-year-old physically challenged Irakli Khajalia. Two years ago he lost his 15-year-old brother, Tornike. Irakli currently lives with his parents
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27 December, 2014
27 December, 2014
In the village of Davati, Dusheti region, the local monastery has an unusual pet – a wolf. The orphaned pup was adopted by priest Father Ioane, and his dog reared the wolf as one of her own.
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27 December, 2014
27 December, 2014
According to (PSDA) Public Service Development Agency’s statement, foreigners will be able to provide documents for obtaining residence permit in Georgia online
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26 December, 2014
26 December, 2014
A festively lit Christmas tree located at Batumi’s Europe Square unexpectedly caught fire. According to eyewitnesses, the fire broke out at about 01:00 a.m. due to an electrical malfunction.
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25 December, 2014
25 December, 2014
“Such houses range in price from $350 to $450 per square meter”
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25 December, 2014
25 December, 2014
Preparation for the New Year’s Eve feast invites contradicting feelings: on one hand, it is a creative process that involves looking for new recipes, thinking of how to surprise guests and family members.
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25 December, 2014
25 December, 2014
Employees of the Ministry of Corrections and Legal Assistance have been banned from wearing deep provocative blouses and torn trousers.
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24 December, 2014
24 December, 2014
So-called “dog fighting” competitions take place several times a month in Tbilisi. According to the law, such activity is considered illegal, though only within the capital city.
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23 December, 2014
23 December, 2014
Young Abkhazian IDPs have held a protest in front of the Supreme Council building of the Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia.
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23 December, 2014
23 December, 2014
Satsivi is particularly high on the price index nowadays
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According to Georgian Prime Minister's Special Representative for Relations with Russia Zurab Abashidze, Foreign Minister Beruchashvili explained that her words were misinterpreted by a journalist.
This week, nominations for the Helen Hayes Award, considered to be the “Oscar of live theater”, have been declared.
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Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili conveys his full trust in the new minister. According to the PM, Gomelauri, who was Deputy Interior Minister until
Is Russia flagrantly and lightheartedly ignoring the ABC of our poor darling, the International Law in case of Ukraine and Georgia? Yes, she is!
A protester carrying a sign criticizing the policies of President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia climbed over the orchestra pit and onto the stage at the Metropolitan Opera on Thursday night as the diva Anna Netrebko took her curtain call after performing the title role in Tchaikovsky’s “Iolanta,”
Matsoni is a Georgian fermented milk product, very similar to yogurt. Mostly it is made from cow’s milk. Matsoni is excellent sweetened with a bit of honey or served over fruit. It's a favorite in savory dishes, too!
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“Chataev, despite lacking an arm and a foot, now trains fighters for the Islamic State and assists in recruiting them. According to a trustworthy source
Georgia’s national currency has reportedly gained value against USD. Though, this gain is not very significant.
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