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Georgian Dream MPs warn of ‘civil war’ if Vashadze elected

Georgia’s political scene heats up as the country braces for its first ever presidential run-off election.

Georgian Dream MPs warn of ‘civil war’ if Vashadze elected

Georgia’s political scene heats up as the country braces for its first ever presidential run-off election.

Analysis | From Ivanishvili’s chosen to a ‘united opposition’ candidate — how Georgia’s aspiring presidents stack up

An early look at who has, and who has not declared their candidacy, and what their chances look like.

Analysis | From Ivanishvili’s chosen to a ‘united opposition’ candidate — how Georgia’s aspiring presidents stack up

By Shota Kincha

An early look at who has, and who has not declared their candidacy, and what their chances look like.

25 years later, Abkhazia remains haunted by the missing

A quarter of a century after the Abkhazian–Georgian war, the bodies of those killed are still being recovered.

25 years later, Abkhazia remains haunted by the missing

By Kieran Pender

A quarter of a century after the Abkhazian–Georgian war, the bodies of those killed are still being recovered.

US Ambassador: ‘Georgia needs to have contacts with Abkhazia’

Ambassador Ian Kelly said ‘I agree with the prime minister, there needs to be a new approach’.

US Ambassador: ‘Georgia needs to have contacts with Abkhazia’

Ambassador Ian Kelly said ‘I agree with the prime minister, there needs to be a new approach’.

‘Secret meeting’ between Georgian broadcaster, TV regulator, and ruling party

The heads of the Georgian Public Broadcaster, state telecoms regulator, and PR for Georgian Dream ‘conspired to select member of board of trustees’.

‘Secret meeting’ between Georgian broadcaster, TV regulator, and ruling party

The heads of the Georgian Public Broadcaster, state telecoms regulator, and PR for Georgian Dream ‘conspired to select member of board of trustees’.

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