Robin Fabbro

Before joining OC Media as an editor at its founding in 2017, Robin worked in Georgia’s NGO sector. He is passionate about human rights and social justice and is a big believer in giving voice to marginalised people and tackling tough subjects head-on. Robin enjoys hiking, KFC, and exhorting the value of the Oxford comma.

Georgian and German authorities raid ‘scam’ call centre

Seven people in Georgia have been arrested as part of a joint Georgian-German investigation into scam call centres.

Report claims Israeli F‑35 fighter jets stationed in Azerbaijan

Two F-35 fighter jets have been ‘permanently stationed’ in Azerbaijan, UK-based Arabic news site Elaph has reported citing a senior Israeli source.

Leading MEPs threaten to cut financial aid to Georgia over political deadlock

The MEPs said Georgian political leaders ‘should not expect a return to business as usual from the European Union’.

EU parliamentarians warn of ‘crisis in democracy’ in Georgia

MEPs took aim at both the government and opposition in at times scathing comments about Georgia’s political crisis.

Gakharia’s support as PM skyrockets in new NDI poll

The Georgian Prime Minister saw his approval rating increase from 32% to 46%, with only 17% saying he was performing poorly.

Protesters line streets of Tbilisi to greet US Secretary of State Pompeo  

The US Secretary of State met with government officials, civil society, and the Patriarch during his visit.

Could the opposition oust Nikol Pashinyan through parliament?

Armenia’s only two opposition factions in parliament have said they want to remove the Armenian Prime Minister from office, but how would that look in practice?

Evidence mounts of war crimes in Nagorno-Karabakh

A video appearing to show Azerbaijani forces executing two captives is the latest evidence of war crimes.

What does the ECHR’s decision on Armenia v Azerbaijan mean?

Both sides have claimed the decision was in their favour.

More young Georgians say queer rights are important than not, poll finds

Thirty-six per cent of Georgia’s young people say they support protecting the rights of ‘sexual minorities’.

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