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Georgian ‘Gülen-connected’ university banned from taking in new students

Georgian authorities have banned the International Black Sea University from taking in new students, raising questions about Turkish influence.

Georgian ‘Gülen-connected’ university banned from taking in new students

Georgian authorities have banned the International Black Sea University from taking in new students, raising questions about Turkish influence.

The EaP Summit promised no ‘golden carrot’ — what should Georgia do?

The summit was a disappointment for Georgia, and plans now need to be made on how best to push forward towards the goal of EU membership.

The EaP Summit promised no ‘golden carrot’ — what should Georgia do?

By Dato Parulava

The summit was a disappointment for Georgia, and plans now need to be made on how best to push forward towards the goal of EU membership.

The EaP Summit promised no ‘golden carrot’ — what should Georgia do?

The summit was a disappointment for Georgia, and plans now need to be made on how best to push forward towards the goal of EU membership.

The EaP Summit promised no ‘golden carrot’ — what should Georgia do?

The summit was a disappointment for Georgia, and plans now need to be made on how best to push forward towards the goal of EU membership.

German MEP says Georgia should not extradite Çabuk

Member of the European Parliament Rebecca Harms warned Georgia would damage its reputation if Çabuk is extradited to Turkey.

German MEP says Georgia should not extradite Çabuk

Member of the European Parliament Rebecca Harms warned Georgia would damage its reputation if Çabuk is extradited to Turkey.

‘Gülen-connected’ school manager loses asylum appeal in Georgia

Rights groups have previously urged the government not to extradite Mustafa Emre Çabuk to Turkey, where they say he would face injustice and torture.

‘Gülen-connected’ school manager loses asylum appeal in Georgia

Rights groups have previously urged the government not to extradite Mustafa Emre Çabuk to Turkey, where they say he would face injustice and torture.

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