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Georgia recalls ambassador to Ukraine after Saakashvili appointment 

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has called the recall of Georgia’s ambassador ‘erroneous’.

Georgia recalls ambassador to Ukraine after Saakashvili appointment 

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has called the recall of Georgia’s ambassador ‘erroneous’.

‘Anti-UNM’ tents set up outside Georgian parliament

Anti-opposition activists were embroiled in a fistfight with anti-government protesters after setting up the tents.

‘Anti-UNM’ tents set up outside Georgian parliament

Anti-opposition activists were embroiled in a fistfight with anti-government protesters after setting up the tents.

Kibar Khalvashi to sell Rustavi 2

Khalvashi said that Rustavi 2 is on the edge of bankruptcy, with a ₾70 million [$24 million] debt.

Kibar Khalvashi to sell Rustavi 2

Khalvashi said that Rustavi 2 is on the edge of bankruptcy, with a ₾70 million [$24 million] debt.

Georgia’s Rustavi 2 TV transferred to previous owner after ECHR ruling

The ECHR ruled that the channel’s owners’ right to a fair trial was not violated when Georgia’s courts ordered that ownership be transferred.

Georgia’s Rustavi 2 TV transferred to previous owner after ECHR ruling

The ECHR ruled that the channel’s owners’ right to a fair trial was not violated when Georgia’s courts ordered that ownership be transferred.

Opinion | Ivanishvili clings to a frayed political brand while facing a new kind of opposition

The ruling party is still strong but it is also close to losing the basis of its political identity — ‘restoring justice’ in Georgia

Opinion | Ivanishvili clings to a frayed political brand while facing a new kind of opposition

By Shota Kincha

The ruling party is still strong but it is also close to losing the basis of its political identity — ‘restoring justice’ in Georgia

Analysis | Institutions need to replace personality in Georgian politics

CRRC-Georgia examines the trust in political institutions in Georgia, and what that might mean for Georgian democracy.

Analysis | Institutions need to replace personality in Georgian politics

By CRRC

CRRC-Georgia examines the trust in political institutions in Georgia, and what that might mean for Georgian democracy.

Five Georgian officials convicted over Robakidze killing cover-up

The verdict came after over a decade of campaigning by the victim’s family and rights groups over the 2004 murder 19-year-old Buta Robakidze by police.

Five Georgian officials convicted over Robakidze killing cover-up

The verdict came after over a decade of campaigning by the victim’s family and rights groups over the 2004 murder 19-year-old Buta Robakidze by police.

Georgian Dream MPs warn of ‘civil war’ if Vashadze elected

Georgia’s political scene heats up as the country braces for its first ever presidential run-off election.

Georgian Dream MPs warn of ‘civil war’ if Vashadze elected

Georgia’s political scene heats up as the country braces for its first ever presidential run-off election.

Georgia ‘did not inform’ British police of Patarkatsishvili assassination tapes

British police told OC Media they had ‘not received any contact from Georgian authorities regarding this development’.

Georgia ‘did not inform’ British police of Patarkatsishvili assassination tapes

British police told OC Media they had ‘not received any contact from Georgian authorities regarding this development’.

Prosecutor’s Office hints Saakashvili ordered UK murder of tycoon Patarkatsishvili

Four former security service officials have been charged as the government scrambles to contain the fallout of the Subeliani and Omega tapes scandals.

Prosecutor’s Office hints Saakashvili ordered UK murder of tycoon Patarkatsishvili

Four former security service officials have been charged as the government scrambles to contain the fallout of the Subeliani and Omega tapes scandals.

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