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Killer of Davit Saralidze sentenced to 15 years for murder

The 2017 murder of two 16-years-old boys and subsequent investigation into the killings led to protests and the resignation of the Chief Prosecutor.

Killer of Davit Saralidze sentenced to 15 years for murder

The 2017 murder of two 16-years-old boys and subsequent investigation into the killings led to protests and the resignation of the Chief Prosecutor.

Controversial Georgian ex-Chief Prosecutor reconfirmed to his post

The confirmation of Irakli Shotadze has been met with protests and a boycott from opposition groups.

Controversial Georgian ex-Chief Prosecutor reconfirmed to his post

The confirmation of Irakli Shotadze has been met with protests and a boycott from opposition groups.

New arrest in Khorava street murder a day after court rules killing remained unsolved

A key witness in the killing of Davit Saralidze has been charged with murder.

New arrest in Khorava street murder a day after court rules killing remained unsolved

A key witness in the killing of Davit Saralidze has been charged with murder.

Court rules accomplice in Saralidze murder still unidentified

The Tbilisi Court of Appeals ruled that one of the killers of 16-year-old Davit Saralidze has not been identified by investigators.

Court rules accomplice in Saralidze murder still unidentified

The Tbilisi Court of Appeals ruled that one of the killers of 16-year-old Davit Saralidze has not been identified by investigators.

Protesters defy Tbilisi mayor over Christmas tree

NGO’s set up tents outside parliament after Mayor Kakha Kaladze told Fathers for Truth protesters they should ‘find somewhere else to protest’.

Protesters defy Tbilisi mayor over Christmas tree

NGO’s set up tents outside parliament after Mayor Kakha Kaladze told Fathers for Truth protesters they should ‘find somewhere else to protest’.

Scandal ridden former Georgian chief prosecutor charged over brawl

Otar Partskhaladze, whose name appears in the Omega tapes scandals, was charged over a 2017 fight with then–Auditor General Lasha Tordia.

Scandal ridden former Georgian chief prosecutor charged over brawl

Otar Partskhaladze, whose name appears in the Omega tapes scandals, was charged over a 2017 fight with then–Auditor General Lasha Tordia.

Protest leader and father of slain Georgian teen arrested for assaulting police

Zaza Saralidze, who has been protesting continuously for months, tried to prevent police from dismantling a tent outside parliament.

Protest leader and father of slain Georgian teen arrested for assaulting police

Zaza Saralidze, who has been protesting continuously for months, tried to prevent police from dismantling a tent outside parliament.

Subeliani Tapes: witness ‘bribed’ in Khorava Street murder investigation

A new tape suggests the authorities attempted to pay ‘10,000’, for a witnesses to change their testimony.

Subeliani Tapes: witness ‘bribed’ in Khorava Street murder investigation

A new tape suggests the authorities attempted to pay ‘10,000’, for a witnesses to change their testimony.

Analysis | Georgia’s tapes scandals suggest something is rotten at the top of Georgian politics

The Omega Tapes scandal, and now secret recordings of former official Mirza Subeliani, suggest Georgia’s government has serious questions to answer.

Analysis | Georgia’s tapes scandals suggest something is rotten at the top of Georgian politics

By OC Media

The Omega Tapes scandal, and now secret recordings of former official Mirza Subeliani, suggest Georgia’s government has serious questions to answer.

Prosecutor’s Office ‘stages’ new Subeliani tapes contradicting claims of abuse

Critics have pointed to inconsistencies in the new tapes and there has been widespread speculation they were staged.

Prosecutor’s Office ‘stages’ new Subeliani tapes contradicting claims of abuse

Critics have pointed to inconsistencies in the new tapes and there has been widespread speculation they were staged.

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