Journalists claimed their editorial independence is under threat.
As street protests continue in Georgia, the ruling Georgian Dream party and the opposition said they were ‘considering’ the new proposals.
In part I of this multi-part series, we look at how employees are organising and how the unions work (or don’t) at two factories in Kutaisi.
Rustavi’s factories have led to ‘alarming’ levels of air pollution in the city — local activists, backed by the city council, are getting fed up.
A woman from Duisi, Pankisi Valley, speaks of being married too young, losing a husband and the hardships of being a widow in a conservative society.
A speech delivered by Aliyev on 26 November represents a sharp break from the usual content of his speeches in its ideological content.
Gevorg Loretsyan has been arrested along with his driver for allegedly granting government contracts for sportswear in exchange for a bribe.
The money originally allocated for state employees salaries and housing.
Sargsyan is accused of embezzling around ֏490 million ($1 million) as part of a programme of state fuel subsidies to farmers in 2013.
Several people have been injured after attacks on protesters in Tbilisi, Kutaisi, Mtskheta, and Zugdidi since Sunday.