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Georgian national detained in Abkhazia ‘commits suicide’

Georgia’s Samkharauli National Forensics Bureau, which is examining his body, has so far found no evidence of violence.

Georgian national detained in Abkhazia ‘commits suicide’

Georgia’s Samkharauli National Forensics Bureau, which is examining his body, has so far found no evidence of violence.

Georgia takes Russia to ECHR over ‘rights violations on occupied territories’

South Ossetian officials dismissed the move as ‘an absurd propaganda action’.

Georgia takes Russia to ECHR over ‘rights violations on occupied territories’

South Ossetian officials dismissed the move as ‘an absurd propaganda action’.

Interview | ‘My reconciliation policy is not about just getting territories back. It’s about people’

Ketevan Tsikhelashvili serves as Georgia’s Minister for Reconciliation and Civic Equality.

Interview | ‘My reconciliation policy is not about just getting territories back. It’s about people’

Ketevan Tsikhelashvili serves as Georgia’s Minister for Reconciliation and Civic Equality.

Russia and South Ossetia slam Otkhozoria–Tatunashvili list

South Ossetia called the list ‘cynical’ and ‘irresponsible’; Russia said it would ‘deteriorate Georgia’s relations’ with Abkhazia and South Ossetia.

Russia and South Ossetia slam Otkhozoria–Tatunashvili list

South Ossetia called the list ‘cynical’ and ‘irresponsible’; Russia said it would ‘deteriorate Georgia’s relations’ with Abkhazia and South Ossetia.

Georgia releases Otkhozoria-Tatunashvili sanctions list

The killer of Giga Otkhozoria and those accused of the torturing and killing of Archil Tatunashvili were on the list.

Georgia releases Otkhozoria-Tatunashvili sanctions list

The killer of Giga Otkhozoria and those accused of the torturing and killing of Archil Tatunashvili were on the list.

Georgian autopsy says Tatunashvili sustained over 100 injuries before dying

Georgian citizen Archil Tatunashvili died in South Ossetian custody in February, according to South Ossetia after falling down a flight of stairs.

Georgian autopsy says Tatunashvili sustained over 100 injuries before dying

Georgian citizen Archil Tatunashvili died in South Ossetian custody in February, according to South Ossetia after falling down a flight of stairs.

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’.

South Ossetia links dead Georgian citizen to ‘home-made bomb’

South Ossetian authorities say they found a bomb in Akhalgori, and have linked it to a Georgian citizen who died in their custody last week.

South Ossetia links dead Georgian citizen to ‘home-made bomb’

South Ossetian authorities say they found a bomb in Akhalgori, and have linked it to a Georgian citizen who died in their custody last week.

South Ossetia refuses to hand over body of Georgian citizen who died in custody

Relatives of former soldier Archil Tatunashvili blocked Georgia’s main east–west motorway, demanding the Georgian government take action.

South Ossetia refuses to hand over body of Georgian citizen who died in custody

Relatives of former soldier Archil Tatunashvili blocked Georgia’s main east–west motorway, demanding the Georgian government take action.

EU ‘gravely concerned’ at death in custody in South Ossetia

A Georgian citizen and former soldier died in custody on 23 February, according to the authorities in South Ossetia, after ‘falling down the stairs’.

EU ‘gravely concerned’ at death in custody in South Ossetia

A Georgian citizen and former soldier died in custody on 23 February, according to the authorities in South Ossetia, after ‘falling down the stairs’.

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