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2011-11-10
“European Commissioner’s Office Shocked by a Killed Prisoner’s Case”
Human rights expert Manana Kobakhidze returned from Strasbourg several days ago, where she was invited by the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights Thomas Hammarberg.  Manana Kobakhidze spoke about the meeting in her interview with the tribuna.ge

2011-11-10
One Zero Less
Discussions about the issues of victims of political repressions have been very urgent recently. In 2011, according to the amendments to the Georgia law, victims of political repressions and their descendents were entitled to request compensation form the state but…

2011-11-09
Deceased Prisoner’s Body Brought to Zugdidi Prison
On November 8, family members of late prisoner Murman Kalandia, 42, brought the deceased in front of the Zugdidi prison # 4 where he served his term before death; Kalandia died on October 31.

 

2011-11-09
A Friend of Detainees Crashed into a Police Station by a Long Truck
An incident occurred in Lanchkhuti town and police detained three young men. The annoyed friend of the detainees crashed into the police station by a long truck three times.

2011-11-07
“Mtivlishvili … I Will Bury You Wherever I Meet You!”
It is extract from the letter sent to the personal e-mail of Gela Mtivlishvili - editor of the Information Center of Kakheti. The author of the letter is former prosecutor of Kakheti region Levan Sachishvili. He threatens the journalist with death.

2011-11-03
“My Son Was Beaten to Death at Zugdidi Prison”
The family of late prisoner Murman Kalandia blames the administration of the Zugdidi Prison # 4 in his death. The family alleges the prisoner died of traumas he had received in prison.

2011-11-01
The Volunteer Spy
One of the leading Georgian political scientists and a military expert, a former Counselor at the Georgian Mission in NATO, Vakhtang Maisaia was arrested on May 5th 2009 in connection with the “ Mukhrovani Mutiny” with charges in espionage for the Russian Federation. The arrest, court hearings and the case in general had a wide response from the side of the civil society. Charges in high treason and spying where put to doubt by representatives of Georgian NGOs.

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Fragile Peace in Balkans
After a long and complicated preparation period, on July 30, we landed in Sarajevo. Despite scary landing caused by bad weather conditions, I
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What happened to Dream of Justice Revival?
“Miscarriages of justice“– we use this term to characterize the problems existing in the system of Georgian judiciary during ex-president Mikheil Saakashvili’s governance. 
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