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25/11/2022

Man allegedly burns ex-wife to death in western Georgia

The news is the latest in a spate of high-profile cases of femicide and violence against women in Georgia.

Man allegedly burns ex-wife to death in western Georgia

The news is the latest in a spate of high-profile cases of femicide and violence against women in Georgia.

Daghestan’s Chernovik newspaper ‘faces closure’ over pressure from the authorities

Chernovik’s deputy editor-in-chief told OC Media that pressure on printing houses and advertisers posed an existential threat to the paper.

Daghestan’s Chernovik newspaper ‘faces closure’ over pressure from the authorities

Chernovik’s deputy editor-in-chief told OC Media that pressure on printing houses and advertisers posed an existential threat to the paper.

Azerbaijan threatens ‘necessary steps’ over Lachin corridor ‘arms transfers’

Daily reports of ceasefire violations have raised fears that a new escalation or even full-scale war may be imminent.

Azerbaijan threatens ‘necessary steps’ over Lachin corridor ‘arms transfers’

Daily reports of ceasefire violations have raised fears that a new escalation or even full-scale war may be imminent.

24/11/2022

Tensions flare between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces

Both sides have accused each other of ceasefire violations daily for over two weeks.

Tensions flare between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces

Both sides have accused each other of ceasefire violations daily for over two weeks.

23/11/2022

CSTO summit welcomed with protests in Yerevan

The summit is being attended by Russian President Vladimir Putin. 

CSTO summit welcomed with protests in Yerevan

The summit is being attended by Russian President Vladimir Putin. 

22/11/2022

Kenya blocks export of baobab trees to Georgia citing ‘irregularities’

Documents suggest the trees were destined for the Shekvetili Dendrological Park, set up by Georgian Dream founder Bidzina Ivanishvili.

Kenya blocks export of baobab trees to Georgia citing ‘irregularities’

Documents suggest the trees were destined for the Shekvetili Dendrological Park, set up by Georgian Dream founder Bidzina Ivanishvili.

21/11/2022

Georgian opposition propose own anti-oligarch law

The opposition has grown concerned that a Georgian Dream-sponsored bill could affect opposition parties while bypassing Bidzina Ivanishvili.

Georgian opposition propose own anti-oligarch law

The opposition has grown concerned that a Georgian Dream-sponsored bill could affect opposition parties while bypassing Bidzina Ivanishvili.

18/11/2022

North Ossetian jailed for femicide allegedly released to fight in Ukraine

A North Ossetian serving a 16-year sentence for the murder of his ex-wife is alleged to have been sent to Ukraine as part of a Russian army regiment.

North Ossetian jailed for femicide allegedly released to fight in Ukraine

A North Ossetian serving a 16-year sentence for the murder of his ex-wife is alleged to have been sent to Ukraine as part of a Russian army regiment.

17/11/2022

French windows in place of mosaics — public outcry over alteration of historic facade

Tbilisi City Hall granted the right to alter the building’s facade in 2018, but is now negotiating its restoration.

French windows in place of mosaics — public outcry over alteration of historic facade

Tbilisi City Hall granted the right to alter the building’s facade in 2018, but is now negotiating its restoration.

16/11/2022

French Senate calls for sanctions on Azerbaijan and recognition of Nagorno-Karabakh 

Azerbaijan’s Foreign Ministry called the resolution ‘groundless and far from the truth’. 

French Senate calls for sanctions on Azerbaijan and recognition of Nagorno-Karabakh 

Azerbaijan’s Foreign Ministry called the resolution ‘groundless and far from the truth’. 

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