#akhalgori

ხმა | თამარ მეარაყიშვილი: „თუ გამამტყუვნეს, არ გავიქცევი“

ვეტერანი აქტივისტი და ჟურნალისტი ყვება თავის ცხოვრებაზე ახალგორში, მის მიმდინარე საქმეზე სასამართლოში და მთავრობის დამოკიდებულებაზე კონფლიქტის მიმართ.

ხმა | თამარ მეარაყიშვილი: „თუ გამამტყუვნეს, არ გავიქცევი“

ვეტერანი აქტივისტი და ჟურნალისტი ყვება თავის ცხოვრებაზე ახალგორში, მის მიმდინარე საქმეზე სასამართლოში და მთავრობის დამოკიდებულებაზე კონფლიქტის მიმართ.

Voice | Tamara Mearakishvili: ‘If I’m found guilty, I will not run away’

The veteran activist and journalist reflects on life in Akhalgori, her ongoing prosecution, and the Georgian Government’s approach to South Ossetia.

Voice | Tamara Mearakishvili: ‘If I’m found guilty, I will not run away’

The veteran activist and journalist reflects on life in Akhalgori, her ongoing prosecution, and the Georgian Government’s approach to South Ossetia.

Lavrov accuses South Ossetia of overreacting to Tsnelisi crisis

Lavrov said South Ossetia overreacted to the erection of a Georgian police checkpoint but still blamed Georgia for the crisis.

Lavrov accuses South Ossetia of overreacting to Tsnelisi crisis

Lavrov said South Ossetia overreacted to the erection of a Georgian police checkpoint but still blamed Georgia for the crisis.

Trial begins of Georgian doctor in South Ossetia

Georgian doctor Vazha Gaprindashvili has been imprisoned in South Ossetia for over a month accused of ‘illegal border crossing’.

Trial begins of Georgian doctor in South Ossetia

Georgian doctor Vazha Gaprindashvili has been imprisoned in South Ossetia for over a month accused of ‘illegal border crossing’.

South Ossetian journalist accused of ‘slander and forgery’ acquitted by local court

The court has found Tamara Mearakishvili not guilty of charges of slander and falsely obtaining citizenship.

South Ossetian journalist accused of ‘slander and forgery’ acquitted by local court

The court has found Tamara Mearakishvili not guilty of charges of slander and falsely obtaining citizenship.

Ruling party loses majority in South Ossetian parliament

The ruling United Ossetia Party of President Anatoly Bibilov won just 14 of 34 seats, preliminary election results suggest.

Ruling party loses majority in South Ossetian parliament

The ruling United Ossetia Party of President Anatoly Bibilov won just 14 of 34 seats, preliminary election results suggest.

Prosecuted South Ossetian journalist accuses Georgian deputy minister of ‘blackmail’

Deputy minister of reconciliation Lasha Darsalia said the allegations by Tamar Mearakishvili must be a ‘misunderstanding’.

Prosecuted South Ossetian journalist accuses Georgian deputy minister of ‘blackmail’

Deputy minister of reconciliation Lasha Darsalia said the allegations by Tamar Mearakishvili must be a ‘misunderstanding’.

South Ossetia hands over body of Georgian citizen 26 days after his death in custody

Archil Tatunashvili, a former Georgian soldier, died in detention in South Ossetia ‘in unclear circumstances’.

South Ossetia hands over body of Georgian citizen 26 days after his death in custody

Archil Tatunashvili, a former Georgian soldier, died in detention in South Ossetia ‘in unclear circumstances’.

New charges brought against journalist in South Ossetia

Tamara Mearakishvili, who says she has been under ‘unofficial house arrest’ since August, has been accused by the authorities of forgery.

New charges brought against journalist in South Ossetia

Tamara Mearakishvili, who says she has been under ‘unofficial house arrest’ since August, has been accused by the authorities of forgery.

Two detained in South Ossetia allowed to return to Tbilisi-controlled territory

Levan Kutashvili and Ioseb Pavliashvili were detained with Archil Tatunashvili, who died in custody ‘in unclear circumstances’.

Two detained in South Ossetia allowed to return to Tbilisi-controlled territory

Levan Kutashvili and Ioseb Pavliashvili were detained with Archil Tatunashvili, who died in custody ‘in unclear circumstances’.

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