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Students protest lack of housing in Tbilisi as universities return to in-person learning

The students demanded the implementation of hybrid education as rent prices continue skyrocketing in Tbilisi.

Students protest lack of housing in Tbilisi as universities return to in-person learning

The students demanded the implementation of hybrid education as rent prices continue skyrocketing in Tbilisi.

Evictions surge as rents skyrocket in Yerevan and Tbilisi

The unprecedented increase in the cost of rent has been driven primarily by migration out of Russia following the country’s invasion of Ukraine.

Evictions surge as rents skyrocket in Yerevan and Tbilisi

By Ani Avetisyan

The unprecedented increase in the cost of rent has been driven primarily by migration out of Russia following the country’s invasion of Ukraine.

Opinion | The far-reaching reasons for the Batumi tragedy

The collapse of a residential building in Batumi that took the lives of nine people, including three children, shook Georgia.

Opinion | The far-reaching reasons for the Batumi tragedy

By Irakli Zhvania

The collapse of a residential building in Batumi that took the lives of nine people, including three children, shook Georgia.

Abkhazian President proposes legalising sale of real estate to Russians

In recent remarks, Aslan Bzhania said that allowing Russians to buy residential property can bring economic benefits to Abkhazia.

Abkhazian President proposes legalising sale of real estate to Russians

In recent remarks, Aslan Bzhania said that allowing Russians to buy residential property can bring economic benefits to Abkhazia.

Tbilisi Mayor continues demolitions of ‘illegal houses’ despite opposition

New demolitions followed the authorities’ recent controversial move to tear down a squatter settlement in the Aprika settlement.

Tbilisi Mayor continues demolitions of ‘illegal houses’ despite opposition

New demolitions followed the authorities’ recent controversial move to tear down a squatter settlement in the Aprika settlement.

Tbilisi Mayor poses with Aprika residents after demolishing squatter settlement

Activists and human rights advocates claim tackling unlawful constructions this way aggravates homelessness in Georgia’s capital.

Tbilisi Mayor poses with Aprika residents after demolishing squatter settlement

Activists and human rights advocates claim tackling unlawful constructions this way aggravates homelessness in Georgia’s capital.

Daghestani minister questioned over unspent money for Afghan-war veterans

Daghestan’s acting Prime Minister Artyom Zdunov questioned where funds had gone after veterans protested in August over the lack of promised housing.

Daghestani minister questioned over unspent money for Afghan-war veterans

Daghestan’s acting Prime Minister Artyom Zdunov questioned where funds had gone after veterans protested in August over the lack of promised housing.

Hundreds of illegal apartment buildings ‘to be demolished’ in Makhachkala

The acting mayor of Daghestan’s capital, Abusupyan Gasanov, said a commission would be set up to determine which illegal buildings are dangerous.

Hundreds of illegal apartment buildings ‘to be demolished’ in Makhachkala

The acting mayor of Daghestan’s capital, Abusupyan Gasanov, said a commission would be set up to determine which illegal buildings are dangerous.

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