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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.

Georgian opposition mayor's car set on fire

Gia Kharchilava is the only opposition candidate to win in the municipal elections in 2021.

Georgian opposition mayor's car set on fire

Gia Kharchilava is the only opposition candidate to win in the municipal elections in 2021.

Datablog | How Armenians and Georgians feel about the dissolution of the Soviet Union

Most Armenians feel that the collapse of the USSR was bad for their country, while Georgians are more likely to feel it was a good thing.

Datablog | How Armenians and Georgians feel about the dissolution of the Soviet Union

By Giorgi Babunashvili

Most Armenians feel that the collapse of the USSR was bad for their country, while Georgians are more likely to feel it was a good thing.

Georgian Dream's ‘anti-oligarchy law’ set to bypass Ivanishvili and target his rivals

Georgian Dream’s law to curb the political influence of the rich has found few supporters as it is expected not to threaten the party’s founder, Bidzina Ivanishvili.

Georgian Dream's ‘anti-oligarchy law’ set to bypass Ivanishvili and target his rivals

Georgian Dream’s law to curb the political influence of the rich has found few supporters as it is expected not to threaten the party’s founder, Bidzina Ivanishvili.

‘A humiliating experience’: 4 days in limbo on the Georgian–Russian border

After being denied entry for days, North Caucasian citizens were allowed to enter Georgia from Russia. 

‘A humiliating experience’: 4 days in limbo on the Georgian–Russian border

By Luiza Mchedlishvili

After being denied entry for days, North Caucasian citizens were allowed to enter Georgia from Russia. 

Pro-government Georgian TV channel merges with anti-West group Popular Force

POSTV said they would become the media arm of a group of MPs who have spent months attacking the West.

Pro-government Georgian TV channel merges with anti-West group Popular Force

POSTV said they would become the media arm of a group of MPs who have spent months attacking the West.

Mukhtarli identifies top Georgian security official as one of his kidnappers

Azerbaijani journalist Afgan Mukhtarli has claimed that the head of Georgian counterintelligence, Giorgi Trapaidze, was personally among his abductors.

Mukhtarli identifies top Georgian security official as one of his kidnappers

Azerbaijani journalist Afgan Mukhtarli has claimed that the head of Georgian counterintelligence, Giorgi Trapaidze, was personally among his abductors.

Datablog | Georgian politics leave many feeling alienated

Data suggests that 51% of the public believes they don’t have a say in what the government does.

Datablog | Georgian politics leave many feeling alienated

By Givi Silagadze

Data suggests that 51% of the public believes they don’t have a say in what the government does.

Kidnap, smuggling, and rigged elections: 5 allegations by Georgia’s former security chief

A former senior security official has accused the government of rigging elections, pressuring judges, and smuggling goods from Russia.

Kidnap, smuggling, and rigged elections: 5 allegations by Georgia’s former security chief

By Shota Kincha

A former senior security official has accused the government of rigging elections, pressuring judges, and smuggling goods from Russia.

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