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Editorial | Georgian Dream’s seven ‘bloody years’

Georgian Dream swept to power in 2012 on the promise of ending police violence, which they labelled the UNM’s ‘nine bloody years’. They have failed.

Editorial | Georgian Dream’s seven ‘bloody years’

By OC Media

Georgian Dream swept to power in 2012 on the promise of ending police violence, which they labelled the UNM’s ‘nine bloody years’. They have failed.

‘Anti-UNM’ tents set up outside Georgian parliament

Anti-opposition activists were embroiled in a fistfight with anti-government protesters after setting up the tents.

‘Anti-UNM’ tents set up outside Georgian parliament

Anti-opposition activists were embroiled in a fistfight with anti-government protesters after setting up the tents.

Five Georgian officials convicted over Robakidze killing cover-up

The verdict came after over a decade of campaigning by the victim’s family and rights groups over the 2004 murder 19-year-old Buta Robakidze by police.

Five Georgian officials convicted over Robakidze killing cover-up

The verdict came after over a decade of campaigning by the victim’s family and rights groups over the 2004 murder 19-year-old Buta Robakidze by police.

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