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Twin lawsuits in Bolnisi could have wider implications for Georgian minorities 

Ethnic Azerbaijani activists in southern Georgia are waging a legal fight to change the overwhelmingly monolingual policies of local authorities. 

Twin lawsuits in Bolnisi could have wider implications for Georgian minorities 

By Shota Kincha

Ethnic Azerbaijani activists in southern Georgia are waging a legal fight to change the overwhelmingly monolingual policies of local authorities. 

Activists in Kabardino-Balkaria call for resignation of Duma MPs over language law

Activists were angry the republic’s MPs voted for controversial education reforms that could affect the teaching of native languages in schools.

Activists in Kabardino-Balkaria call for resignation of Duma MPs over language law

Activists were angry the republic’s MPs voted for controversial education reforms that could affect the teaching of native languages in schools.

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