The officials were close allies of the previous head of the Republic, Yunus-bek Yevkurov.
The director of Hayeli Press Club is the sister of embattled Supreme Court head Hrayr Tovmasyan.
Local residents claim the lands are vital for them to sustain their families, but local church officials don’t share their concerns.
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.
The online furore reveals deep-seated prejudices among the Georgian public as well as an irresponsible media.
Despite its score worsening since the previous edition, Georgia remained in the ‘low’ hunger levels category, along with Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Hamid Sadikh posted on Facebook criticising the kidnapping of a former student and the wider attitude of the local community to bride kidnapping.
Over 4,000 ethnic Armenians have found themselves in the line of fire in northeastern Syria.
Three journalists from Epress were denied entry into Georgia because ‘the situation has changed’.