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Protesters in Tbilisi march to Ivanishvili’s residence to ‘interrupt his sleep’

In the eighth day of protests, anti-government campaign ‘Shame!’ insisted that only Ivanishvili had the power to make Gakharia go. 

Protesters in Tbilisi march to Ivanishvili’s residence to ‘interrupt his sleep’

In the eighth day of protests, anti-government campaign ‘Shame!’ insisted that only Ivanishvili had the power to make Gakharia go. 

Gakharia faces criticism on anniversary of Bassiani club raids

Georgian drug policy reform advocates marked Sundays anniversary of police raids on night clubs Bassiani and Café Gallery in the capital Tbilisi.

Gakharia faces criticism on anniversary of Bassiani club raids

Georgian drug policy reform advocates marked Sundays anniversary of police raids on night clubs Bassiani and Café Gallery in the capital Tbilisi.

Interior Minister Gakharia appointed secretary of Georgian Security Council

Critics said the move was another consolidation of power in the hands of a trusted confidant of Georgian Dream party chair Bidzina Ivanishvili.

Interior Minister Gakharia appointed secretary of Georgian Security Council

Critics said the move was another consolidation of power in the hands of a trusted confidant of Georgian Dream party chair Bidzina Ivanishvili.

Editorial | Georgia’s show of force in Pankisi was reckless and irresponsible

The government needs to prioritise a more participatory approach to regional development.

Editorial | Georgia’s show of force in Pankisi was reckless and irresponsible

By OC Media

The government needs to prioritise a more participatory approach to regional development.

Former TBC head accuses Georgian interior minister of ‘threats’

Mamuka Khazaradze accused the interior minister of sending him a ‘threatening’ letter during last autumn’s presidential elections.

Former TBC head accuses Georgian interior minister of ‘threats’

Mamuka Khazaradze accused the interior minister of sending him a ‘threatening’ letter during last autumn’s presidential elections.

Georgian President in disagreement with government over exclusion from security council

A former deputy secretary of the NSC warned that the ‘excessive powers’ it’s new head may wield were a bigger problem.

Georgian President in disagreement with government over exclusion from security council

A former deputy secretary of the NSC warned that the ‘excessive powers’ it’s new head may wield were a bigger problem.

Georgian officials to withdraw cannabis export bill after meeting Patriarch

The government also said they would discuss ways to legally limit Constitutional Court’s rulings in drug policy.

Georgian officials to withdraw cannabis export bill after meeting Patriarch

The government also said they would discuss ways to legally limit Constitutional Court’s rulings in drug policy.

Omega Tapes: former minister says extortion tapes staged for ‘foreign investors’

Former sports minister Levan Kipiani confirmed tapes in which he tries to extort money for Bidzina Ivanishvili are real, but claims they were staged.

Omega Tapes: former minister says extortion tapes staged for ‘foreign investors’

Former sports minister Levan Kipiani confirmed tapes in which he tries to extort money for Bidzina Ivanishvili are real, but claims they were staged.

Former Georgian minister ‘beaten and threatened with rape’ by chief prosecutor

Omega Group’s owner alleged that Bidzina Ivanishvili was behind a 2016 ‘extortion’ of ₾4 million.

Former Georgian minister ‘beaten and threatened with rape’ by chief prosecutor

Omega Group’s owner alleged that Bidzina Ivanishvili was behind a 2016 ‘extortion’ of ₾4 million.

Khorava Street murder commission accuses officials of cover-up

Parliament’s commission into the Tbilisi school stabbings concluded investigators acted to protect a high-ranking official and his relatives.

Khorava Street murder commission accuses officials of cover-up

Parliament’s commission into the Tbilisi school stabbings concluded investigators acted to protect a high-ranking official and his relatives.

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