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Georgian Dream edges closer to taking back the Batumi legislature

While the Batumi city council is now formally hung, a ‘neutral’ candidate is suspected to be a ruling party ally.

Georgian Dream edges closer to taking back the Batumi legislature

While the Batumi city council is now formally hung, a ‘neutral’ candidate is suspected to be a ruling party ally.

Far-right activists attack protesters in Adjara

Activists from the ultra-conservative, pro-Russia Alt Info group attacked a crowd protesting their newly-opened office in the Georgian town of Kobuleti.

Far-right activists attack protesters in Adjara

Activists from the ultra-conservative, pro-Russia Alt Info group attacked a crowd protesting their newly-opened office in the Georgian town of Kobuleti.

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’.

Ruling party boycotts Batumi City Council

The ruling party was a no-show at the session to appoint the council head.

Ruling party boycotts Batumi City Council

The ruling party was a no-show at the session to appoint the council head.

Opposition claim fatal pressure on Batumi councillor

The opposition appears to have lost their majority on the Batumi City Council after the death of a councillor.

Opposition claim fatal pressure on Batumi councillor

The opposition appears to have lost their majority on the Batumi City Council after the death of a councillor.

Police face off with zebra and shark balloons in Batumi protest

Several opposition protesters have been detained during protests in recent days in the Georgian Black Sea City of Batumi.

Police face off with zebra and shark balloons in Batumi protest

Several opposition protesters have been detained during protests in recent days in the Georgian Black Sea City of Batumi.

Protests meet new lockdown in Georgia

Several groups have defied tight anti-coronavirus curbs the Georgian Government instituted on 28 November, including gym owners and street vendors.

Protests meet new lockdown in Georgia

Several groups have defied tight anti-coronavirus curbs the Georgian Government instituted on 28 November, including gym owners and street vendors.

Violets for megabytes: online learning in Georgia leaves students disconnected

A lack of internet access in the high mountains of Adjara and the financial burden on teachers and families mean many children are losing out on their education.

Violets for megabytes: online learning in Georgia leaves students disconnected

By Tamuna Chkareuli

A lack of internet access in the high mountains of Adjara and the financial burden on teachers and families mean many children are losing out on their education.

Adjara residents demand government aid

A group of Adjara residents have been protesting, some even going on hunger strike in demand of greater government action.

Adjara residents demand government aid

A group of Adjara residents have been protesting, some even going on hunger strike in demand of greater government action.

Journalists from Adjara’s public broadcaster protest ‘interference’ from new director

Journalists claimed their editorial independence is under threat.

Journalists from Adjara’s public broadcaster protest ‘interference’ from new director

Journalists claimed their editorial independence is under threat.

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