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Detained former Georgian official threatens to bring down government with ‘kompromat’

In secret recordings from prison, Mirza Subeliani, on trial over the Khorava Street murder investigation, spoke of torturing witnesses.

Detained former Georgian official threatens to bring down government with ‘kompromat’

In secret recordings from prison, Mirza Subeliani, on trial over the Khorava Street murder investigation, spoke of torturing witnesses.

Khorava Street murder commission accuses officials of cover-up

Parliament’s commission into the Tbilisi school stabbings concluded investigators acted to protect a high-ranking official and his relatives.

Khorava Street murder commission accuses officials of cover-up

Parliament’s commission into the Tbilisi school stabbings concluded investigators acted to protect a high-ranking official and his relatives.

Ivanishvili: two banks have ‘eaten up’ Georgia

In an interview with the GPB, the Georgian Dream leader discussed falling out with the former PM, the Khorava Street murders, and the next president.

Ivanishvili: two banks have ‘eaten up’ Georgia

In an interview with the GPB, the Georgian Dream leader discussed falling out with the former PM, the Khorava Street murders, and the next president.

MPs grill investigators over Khorava Street murders

A parliamentary commission is probing allegations the investigation into the murders was mishandled.

MPs grill investigators over Khorava Street murders

A parliamentary commission is probing allegations the investigation into the murders was mishandled.

Saralidze calls for protests to continue after meeting with Georgian PM

The father of one of the teenagers stabbed to death in December gave the government until 10 June to achieve results.

Saralidze calls for protests to continue after meeting with Georgian PM

The father of one of the teenagers stabbed to death in December gave the government until 10 June to achieve results.

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