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Georgian Orthodox Church remains unyielding as Easter celebrations approach

Public health authorities have warned that mass gatherings over Easter could cause a widespread outbreak of the virus.

Georgian Orthodox Church remains unyielding as Easter celebrations approach

Public health authorities have warned that mass gatherings over Easter could cause a widespread outbreak of the virus.

Georgian president refuses to pardon ‘poison plot’ archpriest Giorgi Mamaladze

Giorgi Mamaladze, was convicted of plotting the murder of the secretary of Patriarch of the Georgian Orthodox Church Ilia II.

Georgian president refuses to pardon ‘poison plot’ archpriest Giorgi Mamaladze

Giorgi Mamaladze, was convicted of plotting the murder of the secretary of Patriarch of the Georgian Orthodox Church Ilia II.

New allegations against Georgian Orthodox Church as archbishop accused of sexual assault

Archbishop Zosime Shioshvili is accused of sexually assaulting a student in the 1980s.

New allegations against Georgian Orthodox Church as archbishop accused of sexual assault

Archbishop Zosime Shioshvili is accused of sexually assaulting a student in the 1980s.

Georgian archbishop accuses Patriarch Ilia II of ‘pederasty and sodomy’

The accusations have sent shockwaves through the Georgian Orthodox Church and the country.

Georgian archbishop accuses Patriarch Ilia II of ‘pederasty and sodomy’

The accusations have sent shockwaves through the Georgian Orthodox Church and the country.

Georgian Orthodox archbishop accuses government of plotting to overthrow the Patriarch

Iakob Iakobishvili accused PM Giorgi Gakharia, Interior Minister Vakhtang Gomelauri, and former PM Giorgi Kvirikashvili of being involved.

Georgian Orthodox archbishop accuses government of plotting to overthrow the Patriarch

Iakob Iakobishvili accused PM Giorgi Gakharia, Interior Minister Vakhtang Gomelauri, and former PM Giorgi Kvirikashvili of being involved.

Proposed Georgian defamation law ‘puts freedom of speech at risk’

The new proposed law came after the head of the Georgian Orthodox Church spoke out against the ‘malicious use of free speech’.

Proposed Georgian defamation law ‘puts freedom of speech at risk’

The new proposed law came after the head of the Georgian Orthodox Church spoke out against the ‘malicious use of free speech’.

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.

Cannabis production bill on hold in Georgia after Church protests

The head of the Church, Patriarch Ilia II, spoke out against producing cannabis in Georgia, warning it would spread drug addiction in the country.

Cannabis production bill on hold in Georgia after Church protests

The head of the Church, Patriarch Ilia II, spoke out against producing cannabis in Georgia, warning it would spread drug addiction in the country.

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