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As Georgian Dream doubles down on ‘cokehead’ claims, Gakharia goes to the prosecutor

The Tbilisi mayoral candidate submitted a complaint to the Chief Prosecutor’s Office after nearly a month of accusations from the ruling party that he is a cocaine addict. 

As Georgian Dream doubles down on ‘cokehead’ claims, Gakharia goes to the prosecutor

The Tbilisi mayoral candidate submitted a complaint to the Chief Prosecutor’s Office after nearly a month of accusations from the ruling party that he is a cocaine addict. 

Who’s who in the Tbilisi Mayoral election

Georgian Dream’s Kakha Kaladze is running for reelection against some of the most prominent opposition leaders in the country.  

Who’s who in the Tbilisi Mayoral election

Georgian Dream’s Kakha Kaladze is running for reelection against some of the most prominent opposition leaders in the country.  

Tbilisi sanitation strike organiser allegedly blackmailed with intimate images

Irakli Baghdavadze, who was a key organiser of the three-day sanitation worker strike has been on hunger strike since being fired on 23 August.

Tbilisi sanitation strike organiser allegedly blackmailed with intimate images

Irakli Baghdavadze, who was a key organiser of the three-day sanitation worker strike has been on hunger strike since being fired on 23 August.

Georgian Dream’s anti-media crusade continues

From stealing microphones to boycotts, Georgian officials have doubled down on their anti-journalist offensive. 

Georgian Dream’s anti-media crusade continues

By Shota Kincha

From stealing microphones to boycotts, Georgian officials have doubled down on their anti-journalist offensive. 

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.

State Audit: Tbilisi’s bus drivers ‘illegally overworked, underpaid’

The Tbilisi Transport Company was found to have been violating the labour rights of bus drivers, endangering them and their passengers.

State Audit: Tbilisi’s bus drivers ‘illegally overworked, underpaid’

The Tbilisi Transport Company was found to have been violating the labour rights of bus drivers, endangering them and their passengers.

Georgia urges international community to react to vulgar tirade against Putin on Rustavi 2

Georgia’s Foreign Ministry called on the international community to ‘assess’ a rant against Russian President Vladimir Putin aired on Rustavi 2.

Georgia urges international community to react to vulgar tirade against Putin on Rustavi 2

Georgia’s Foreign Ministry called on the international community to ‘assess’ a rant against Russian President Vladimir Putin aired on Rustavi 2.

Hundreds of taxi drivers honk horns outside Bidzina Ivanishvili’s house against new regulations

The drivers took to the streets against new regulations from the City Hall, which among other things, requires drivers to paint their cars white.

Hundreds of taxi drivers honk horns outside Bidzina Ivanishvili’s house against new regulations

The drivers took to the streets against new regulations from the City Hall, which among other things, requires drivers to paint their cars white.

Tbilisi Metro resumes service as drivers and Mayor Kaladze reach agreement

The metro had been closed since Monday when after being barred from going on strike by the courts, drivers began a hunger strike.

Tbilisi Metro resumes service as drivers and Mayor Kaladze reach agreement

The metro had been closed since Monday when after being barred from going on strike by the courts, drivers began a hunger strike.

Mayor Kaladze dismisses striking metro drivers’ demands as Tbilisi metro closes

Traffic jams, overcrowded buses, and a shortage of taxis were reported on Monday morning, as the metro closed down.

Mayor Kaladze dismisses striking metro drivers’ demands as Tbilisi metro closes

Traffic jams, overcrowded buses, and a shortage of taxis were reported on Monday morning, as the metro closed down.

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