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Datablog | Georgians increasingly agree that minority groups face challenges in Georgia

CRRC surveys on discrimination found that there is also more consensus on what challenges they face.

Datablog | Georgians increasingly agree that minority groups face challenges in Georgia

By Sasha Slobodov

CRRC surveys on discrimination found that there is also more consensus on what challenges they face.

‘A slap in the face of Georgia’s EU perspective’: opposition alarmed by judicial appointments

Opposition groups have suggested that the move directly goes against the EU’s recommendations.

‘A slap in the face of Georgia’s EU perspective’: opposition alarmed by judicial appointments

Opposition groups have suggested that the move directly goes against the EU’s recommendations.

Georgian tennis star Nikoloz Basilashvili cleared of abusing ex-wife

Basilashvili was arrested for allegedly attacking his ex-wife in May 2020.

Georgian tennis star Nikoloz Basilashvili cleared of abusing ex-wife

Basilashvili was arrested for allegedly attacking his ex-wife in May 2020.

Podcast | Armenia's future in CSTO and Kaladze under fire

OC Media talks about Armenia's relations with CSTO and how Tbilisi's mayor is handling the death of a 13-year-old girl in Vake Park.

Podcast | Armenia's future in CSTO and Kaladze under fire

OC Media talks about Armenia's relations with CSTO and how Tbilisi's mayor is handling the death of a 13-year-old girl in Vake Park.

Datablog | Inflation and a Georgian’s choice of fuel

Data suggests that Georgians are reevaluating their preferences for fuel in light of high inflation driven by the pandemic and the war in Ukraine.

Datablog | Inflation and a Georgian’s choice of fuel

By Makhare Atchaidze

Data suggests that Georgians are reevaluating their preferences for fuel in light of high inflation driven by the pandemic and the war in Ukraine.

Georgian court orders government to provide assistant to person with disabilities

Activists hope that the ruling will set a precedent for the government’s obligations to people with disabilities.

Georgian court orders government to provide assistant to person with disabilities

Activists hope that the ruling will set a precedent for the government’s obligations to people with disabilities.

Suitcases and shattered dreams: fleeing Russians bring crisis to the Caucasus

As Western nations close their borders to those escaping mobilisation, Georgia and Armenia are left to deal with the new arrivals.

Suitcases and shattered dreams: fleeing Russians bring crisis to the Caucasus

By Gabriel Gavin

As Western nations close their borders to those escaping mobilisation, Georgia and Armenia are left to deal with the new arrivals.

Calls for Tbilisi mayor to resign after 13-year-old dies in newly re-opened park

A 13-year-old girl died and two other children were hospitalised after being electrocuted in a fountain in Vake Park.

Calls for Tbilisi mayor to resign after 13-year-old dies in newly re-opened park

A 13-year-old girl died and two other children were hospitalised after being electrocuted in a fountain in Vake Park.

Russia implicates Armenians and Georgians in Crimea bridge bombing

Russia implicates Bulgaria, Armenia, and Georgia in failing to stop the transport of explosives used to damage the Kerch Bridge.

Russia implicates Armenians and Georgians in Crimea bridge bombing

Russia implicates Bulgaria, Armenia, and Georgia in failing to stop the transport of explosives used to damage the Kerch Bridge.

Podcast | North Caucasians face discrimination at the Georgian border and femicide in Georgia

OC Media's staff discuss the discrimination faced by North Caucasians at the Georgian border and what Georgia should be doing to curb violence against women.

Podcast | North Caucasians face discrimination at the Georgian border and femicide in Georgia

OC Media's staff discuss the discrimination faced by North Caucasians at the Georgian border and what Georgia should be doing to curb violence against women.

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