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10 March, 2011
10 March, 2011

Saudi Arabian King Abdullah expressed a wish to purchase the Facebook. As Egyptian and Iranian press reports, he offered 150 billion dollars to Zuckerberg for the social network. The sum is thrice the real price as stipulated by experts.

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03 March, 2011
03 March, 2011

Austrian Citizen who tries to uphold his rights in Tbilisi


Strange as it seems, among the drivers of mini-buses and owners of mini-bus routes who are currently staging a strike in the Georgian capital, there is an Austrian citizen Hornung Harald Kristian.

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24 February, 2011
24 February, 2011

The United States intelligence concluded that should Saakashvili decide to take the position of Prime Minister, he would not face any constitutional hurdle. In other words, the constitution hastily adopted last summer, is working fine. Apparently, the year of 2015 did not sound in several quotes of the Presidential report accidentally. It must be the year by which Saakashvili postponed the deadline for the completion of national revival and ripening of the moment for the EU to beg us join the union.

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17 February, 2011
17 February, 2011

While Egypt’s leader resigned, Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili once again tried in his parliamentary speech to once more open our eyes on his past and future deeds.

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03 February, 2011
03 February, 2011

‘The new breath in the situation came from the American Ambassador’

TV project – “the President of Georgia answers people’s questions” – proved to be so significant an event last week that it overshadowed interest in the revolutionary uprisings in the North Africa and Near East.

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27 January, 2011
27 January, 2011

A young woman stands in front of the police cordon. All the way back, luggage and furniture are being chaotically thrown inside trailers. The woman swallows tears and utters downheartedly: ‘We cannot go back because my mother is buried here and I ought to stay.

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20 January, 2011
20 January, 2011

The Katin tragedy seems to have different layers, not all of them clean and clear.

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23 December, 2010
23 December, 2010

Another Demonstration of Georgian position in response  to recognition of Abkhazia and so called South Ossetia…

This time advancement (or regress?) of Georgian people has been mapped by the analytical research company of the Economist, famous British magazine.

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16 December, 2010
16 December, 2010

‘The issue of defensive arms trade with Georgia remains suspended because of Russian position. We have to equip Georgia with radars at least,’ says McCain in his statement reported by Washington Post.

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09 December, 2010
09 December, 2010

After his impressive address to the European MPs, Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili decided to transfer positive emotions to Georgia.

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How can we explain the statement made by the former Secretary-General of NATO, Anders Fogh Rassmussen about the possibility for Georgia to join NATO?
President of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly Madeleine Moon has arrived in the village of Didi Khurvaleti, in the Gori municipality, located near the Administrative Boundary Line.
“With big money you can either build or destroy something”, says Vano Vashakmadze. The consultant for development in tourism helped to work out the new zone planning implemented by the government.
The public movement of TBC Bank's founder Mamuka Khazaradze will be called Lelo.
The presentation of the social movement of the founder of TBC Bank Mamuka Khazaradze will be held tomorrow, September 12, in Anaklia. The event begins at 12:00.
More than 100'000 Germans have already read it, the Dutch and Polish as well. But it was only last May that Nino Haratischwili's “The eighth life for Brilka” was translated for Georgian readers.
Georgia should start an internal discussion of whether it would be acceptable to join NATO without Abkhazia and South Ossetia, - Anders Fogh Rasmussen, former Secreatry General of North-Atlantic Teaty Organisation, said.
Summer, the season of endless fun and vacations, has ended and Tbilisi has become a usually crowded city.
«In Georgia protesting is almost a tradition», says the historian Simon Janashia who works at the American School in Tbilisi. But the current demonstrations are profoundly different.
On the 27th of August in Tbilisi an unknown woman suddenly approached to a three-year-old boy, walking with his parents and sister, and harmed his face with sharp instrument and escaped.
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