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Georgia axes secondary school exams in controversial education reforms

Students will no longer sit standardised graduation tests for secondary school or the general intelligence component of the Unified National Exams.

Georgia axes secondary school exams in controversial education reforms

Students will no longer sit standardised graduation tests for secondary school or the general intelligence component of the Unified National Exams.

Georgian ‘Gülen-connected’ university banned from taking in new students

Georgian authorities have banned the International Black Sea University from taking in new students, raising questions about Turkish influence.

Georgian ‘Gülen-connected’ university banned from taking in new students

Georgian authorities have banned the International Black Sea University from taking in new students, raising questions about Turkish influence.

A nation divided by language: Azerbaijan’s Russian legacy

Russian language still divides the country — into the ‘elites’ and the ‘real’ Azerbaijanis.

A nation divided by language: Azerbaijan’s Russian legacy

By Nika Musavi

Russian language still divides the country — into the ‘elites’ and the ‘real’ Azerbaijanis.

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