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11/03/2022

ICC prosecutor applies for arrest of South Ossetian officials over 2008 war

The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court in the Hague named three individuals, including an opposition presidential candidate.

ICC prosecutor applies for arrest of South Ossetian officials over 2008 war

The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court in the Hague named three individuals, including an opposition presidential candidate.

10/03/2022

EU Parliament condemns destruction of Armenian heritage in Nagorno-Karabakh

The European Parliament voted 635 to 2 with 42 abstentions to adopt a resolution on the Destruction of Cultural Heritage in Nagorno Karabakh.

EU Parliament condemns destruction of Armenian heritage in Nagorno-Karabakh

The European Parliament voted 635 to 2 with 42 abstentions to adopt a resolution on the Destruction of Cultural Heritage in Nagorno Karabakh.

Leader of Georgian anti-Putin group sentenced to 4 days prison

Shota Dighmelashvili from Shame was detained on 8 March after throwing an egg at the Georgian Government Chancellery.

Leader of Georgian anti-Putin group sentenced to 4 days prison

Shota Dighmelashvili from Shame was detained on 8 March after throwing an egg at the Georgian Government Chancellery.

9/03/2022

Adjara head ‘lied on CV’, Ukrainian university says

The chair of the Government of Adjara did not say who started the Ukraine-Russia war and referred the journalist to ‘experts in the field’.

Adjara head ‘lied on CV’, Ukrainian university says

The chair of the Government of Adjara did not say who started the Ukraine-Russia war and referred the journalist to ‘experts in the field’.

Nagorno-Karabakh left in the cold

Azerbaijani authorities have so far denied Armenian repair crews access to a damaged pipeline that has left most of Nagorno-Karabakh without heating.

Nagorno-Karabakh left in the cold

Azerbaijani authorities have so far denied Armenian repair crews access to a damaged pipeline that has left most of Nagorno-Karabakh without heating.

8/03/2022

Azerbaijani police allow women’s march to go ahead

In previous years, police have violently disbursed efforts by activists to mark International Women’s Day.

Azerbaijani police allow women’s march to go ahead

In previous years, police have violently disbursed efforts by activists to mark International Women’s Day.

Georgian police arrest 15 pro-Ukraine activists for TPing government offices

Fifteen people were detained for throwing toilet paper on the government headquarters and police in Tbilisi.

Georgian police arrest 15 pro-Ukraine activists for TPing government offices

Fifteen people were detained for throwing toilet paper on the government headquarters and police in Tbilisi.

7/03/2022

Ukraine reproaches Georgia for seeking to renew dairy exports to Russia

The move comes amidst unprecedented international sanctions against Russia over their invasion of Ukraine.

Ukraine reproaches Georgia for seeking to renew dairy exports to Russia

The move comes amidst unprecedented international sanctions against Russia over their invasion of Ukraine.

3/03/2022

Svaneti residents attempt to oust pro-Russian extremist group from their town

Backlash against the pro-Russian extremist group Alt Info has escalated following Russia’s war against Ukraine, both in legal and grassroots forms.

Svaneti residents attempt to oust pro-Russian extremist group from their town

Backlash against the pro-Russian extremist group Alt Info has escalated following Russia’s war against Ukraine, both in legal and grassroots forms.

2/03/2022

Georgia to apply for EU membership

Georgia will on Thursday officially apply for EU membership, the chair of the ruling Georgian Dream Party, Irakli Kobakhidze, has announced.

Georgia to apply for EU membership

Georgia will on Thursday officially apply for EU membership, the chair of the ruling Georgian Dream Party, Irakli Kobakhidze, has announced.

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