Anna Edgar

Anna moved to Georgia drawn by the promise of polyphonic song, a language unlike any other, and a vibrant activist scene, and has pursued all three to varying degrees of success. Their enthusiasm for good writing and social movements in the Caucasus has been put to great use at OC Media.

Georgia introduces car emission fines in major cities

The move comes alongside other measures aimed at tackling high levels of air pollution in the country’s large cities, and particularly the capital.

In pictures | Broken statues and stolen yoga mats: Georgia’s far right stop Pride Festival

Far-right protesters stormed a queer pride event in Georgia’s capital hours before it was due to begin.

No new agreements after Pashinyan and Aliyev argue in Moscow

The Azerbaijani and Armenian leaders argued at a public meeting led by Russian president Vladimir Putin. 

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