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Journalists recall day of terror in Tbilisi

One thing the media workers covering the protests unanimously agreed on: the Georgian authorities failed in their duty to protect them.

Journalists recall day of terror in Tbilisi

By Tata Shoshiashvili

One thing the media workers covering the protests unanimously agreed on: the Georgian authorities failed in their duty to protect them.

Editorial | A state-sanctioned attack on Georgia’s free press

While religious and far-right violence is a cause for concern, the legitimisation of such violence by the Georgian Government is more dangerous still.

Editorial | A state-sanctioned attack on Georgia’s free press

By OC Media

While religious and far-right violence is a cause for concern, the legitimisation of such violence by the Georgian Government is more dangerous still.

Homophobic mob celebrates on Tbilisi streets after Pride march cancelled

What was to be Tbilisi’s first Pride march has been cancelled for the second time.

Homophobic mob celebrates on Tbilisi streets after Pride march cancelled

What was to be Tbilisi’s first Pride march has been cancelled for the second time.

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