2011-03-09A Captive Number 17
29-year-old Giorgi Chkadua is a 17th captive captured by Somali pirates. Giorgi is a resident of the village Vardisubani of the Telavi Region. He has a three-year experience working as a sailor.
2011-03-07The “Human Rights Center” Blames Lagodekhi District Governor in the Oppression on Villages Governors
2011-03-02Following South African farmers to Georgia
BBC Caucasus Correspondent Damien McGuinness recalls a personal experience of Georgian hospitality when his team got caught in a snow storm while reporting on a controversial land sale scheme.
2011-03-01Mikheil Saakashvili – We Need Opposition Whose Governance Will Not Cause Tragic Disaster for the Country
2011-03-01Benefits from Facilitated Georgia-EU Visa-Regime for Georgian Citizens
Georgia-EU facilitated visa-regime takes effect from March 1. Deputy foreign minister of Georgia Nino Kalandadze said facilitated visa-regime has serious political significance for the country. It will support Georgian citizens to easily travel to EU states.
2011-02-28More Transparency Needed, But We Do Everything Vise Versa
Georgia has two conflicts – Georgian-Abkhaz and Georgian Ossetian conflicts which have turned into a Georgian-Russian conflict consequently. As a result of the armed conflict in August of 2008, Russia occupied Georgian territories in the course of neglecting all international norms. Despite the requests of the leaders of many governments, Russia boldly continues its policy.
Batumi University Students Express Solidarity With Ukraine International Children’s Day Marked in Kutaisi GYLA’s Final Report on Presidential Elections Incident Between Journalist and District Governor’s Secretary Forest on the Other Side of the Fence and 200 Lari for the Population in Borderline Villages Archive
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