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Riot police deploy water cannons to clear Georgian Parliament of protesters

Protesters had been blockading the entrances to parliament since Sunday evening, preventing MPs from entering.

Riot police deploy water cannons to clear Georgian Parliament of protesters

Protesters had been blockading the entrances to parliament since Sunday evening, preventing MPs from entering.

Voice | ‘What I hate the most is the injustice of it’

Supermarket cashier Mako Gomuri, 20, is one of several people to lose an eye on 20 June during anti-Russia protests in Tbilisi.

Voice | ‘What I hate the most is the injustice of it’

Supermarket cashier Mako Gomuri, 20, is one of several people to lose an eye on 20 June during anti-Russia protests in Tbilisi.

5 violations by police during the Tbilisi clash

240 people were hospitalised after police and protesters clashed on 20–21 June, and questions remain over the actions of the police.

5 violations by police during the Tbilisi clash

By OC Media

240 people were hospitalised after police and protesters clashed on 20–21 June, and questions remain over the actions of the police.

16–18 May 2013: the days of human tragedies

On 17 May 2013, Giorgi Kikonishvili was among around 50 queer rights activists confronted in Tbilisi by a priest-led mob.

16–18 May 2013: the days of human tragedies

On 17 May 2013, Giorgi Kikonishvili was among around 50 queer rights activists confronted in Tbilisi by a priest-led mob.

Armenia’s parliament to discuss deadly 2008 crackdown

A case into the deaths of 10 people in anti-government protests is still pending at the European Court of Human Rights.

Armenia’s parliament to discuss deadly 2008 crackdown

A case into the deaths of 10 people in anti-government protests is still pending at the European Court of Human Rights.

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