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Poll: over half of Georgians ‘would not get vaccinated’

Only 35% of those surveyed in Georgia said they would get vaccinated right away if they had a chance. 

Poll: over half of Georgians ‘would not get vaccinated’

Only 35% of those surveyed in Georgia said they would get vaccinated right away if they had a chance. 

Fears of vaccine hesitancy grow after nurse dies in Georgia

A 27-year-old nurse fell into a coma less than 30 minutes receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine in an apparent allergic reaction.

Fears of vaccine hesitancy grow after nurse dies in Georgia

A 27-year-old nurse fell into a coma less than 30 minutes receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine in an apparent allergic reaction.

Blame game in Tbilisi after EU-mediated talks fail

After over 9 hours of negotiations on Thursday night, the EU envoy to Tbilisi announced that the government and opposition had failed to reach an agreement.

Blame game in Tbilisi after EU-mediated talks fail

After over 9 hours of negotiations on Thursday night, the EU envoy to Tbilisi announced that the government and opposition had failed to reach an agreement.

Georgian Azerbaijanis decry government ‘incompetence’ over Novruz religious designation

The Georgian government had submitted a decision to lift the curfew for Novruz, a secular holiday, to the State Agency for Religious Issues.

Georgian Azerbaijanis decry government ‘incompetence’ over Novruz religious designation

The Georgian government had submitted a decision to lift the curfew for Novruz, a secular holiday, to the State Agency for Religious Issues.

Opinion | The toxic masculinity of Georgia’s gangster prince

The sexist tropes parroted by Bera Ivanishvili tell us a lot about how gender and power operate in Georgia.

Opinion | The toxic masculinity of Georgia’s gangster prince

By Maia Nukri Tabidze

The sexist tropes parroted by Bera Ivanishvili tell us a lot about how gender and power operate in Georgia.

War in Nagorno-Karabakh went unnoticed for a quarter of Georgians

Despite there being a brutal war near its borders, many in Georgia were unaware of the conflict.

War in Nagorno-Karabakh went unnoticed for a quarter of Georgians

By The Caucasus Datablog

Despite there being a brutal war near its borders, many in Georgia were unaware of the conflict.

In Pictures | Anti-dam protesters gather in Kutaisi

On Sunday, thousands gathered in the central Georgian city of Kutaisi to protest the construction of the nearby Namakhvani hydropower project. 

In Pictures | Anti-dam protesters gather in Kutaisi

On Sunday, thousands gathered in the central Georgian city of Kutaisi to protest the construction of the nearby Namakhvani hydropower project. 

Georgian authorities: There will be ‘no storming’ of TV office

Media advocates sound alarms after prosecutors were given permission to obtain drive holding Ivanishvili-Gharibashvili recordings.  

Georgian authorities: There will be ‘no storming’ of TV office

Media advocates sound alarms after prosecutors were given permission to obtain drive holding Ivanishvili-Gharibashvili recordings.  

Bera Ivanishvili refuses to deny authenticity of secret recordings

Bera Ivanishvili remained unrepentant after the broadcast of conversations he had with the PM in which they discuss sending men to threaten critics.

Bera Ivanishvili refuses to deny authenticity of secret recordings

Bera Ivanishvili remained unrepentant after the broadcast of conversations he had with the PM in which they discuss sending men to threaten critics.

EU parliamentarians warn of ‘crisis in democracy’ in Georgia

MEPs took aim at both the government and opposition in at times scathing comments about Georgia’s political crisis.

EU parliamentarians warn of ‘crisis in democracy’ in Georgia

MEPs took aim at both the government and opposition in at times scathing comments about Georgia’s political crisis.

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