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Vitali Safarov’s mother: I must know why they killed my son

The mother is appealing the court’s verdict which said the murder wasn’t a hate crime.

Vitali Safarov’s mother: I must know why they killed my son

The mother is appealing the court’s verdict which said the murder wasn’t a hate crime.

Tbilisi court dismisses ‘hate motivation’ in Safarov murder while jailing two for 15 years

Tbilisi City Court ruled that the murder of human rights activist Vitali Safarov, who was Jewish, was not a hate-motivated crime.

Tbilisi court dismisses ‘hate motivation’ in Safarov murder while jailing two for 15 years

Tbilisi City Court ruled that the murder of human rights activist Vitali Safarov, who was Jewish, was not a hate-motivated crime.

Neo-Nazi leader arrested on gun charges in Georgia

Giorgi Chelidze, leader of the Nationalist Socialist Movement — National Unity of Georgia, faces 3–6 years in prison if convicted.

Neo-Nazi leader arrested on gun charges in Georgia

Giorgi Chelidze, leader of the Nationalist Socialist Movement — National Unity of Georgia, faces 3–6 years in prison if convicted.

Opinion | Labelling Georgia’s far right ‘pro-Russian’ is reductionist and counterproductive

Georgia’s liberals consistently label neo-nationalist forces ‘pro-Russian’ — while ignoring the underlying social and economic roots of the problem.

Opinion | Labelling Georgia’s far right ‘pro-Russian’ is reductionist and counterproductive

By Shota Kincha

Georgia’s liberals consistently label neo-nationalist forces ‘pro-Russian’ — while ignoring the underlying social and economic roots of the problem.

Georgian State Security Service issue warning to neo-Nazis

Transparency International have accused far right groups of having ties to Russia.

Georgian State Security Service issue warning to neo-Nazis

Transparency International have accused far right groups of having ties to Russia.

Editorial | Georgia’s government must stop legitimising homophobic violence

If the government is serious about democracy and human rights, they must dare to pursue policies based on equality, no matter the political cost.

Editorial | Georgia’s government must stop legitimising homophobic violence

By OC Media

If the government is serious about democracy and human rights, they must dare to pursue policies based on equality, no matter the political cost.

Georgian Church distance themselves from Neo-Nazi groups

The Church urged any ‘aggressive’ groups to abstain from participating in events planned for 17 May.

Georgian Church distance themselves from Neo-Nazi groups

The Church urged any ‘aggressive’ groups to abstain from participating in events planned for 17 May.

Rustavi 2 journalists attacked by far-right group for joke about Jesus and Ivanishvili

The three were attacked by the March of Georgians outside the broadcaster’s studio in Tbilisi.

Rustavi 2 journalists attacked by far-right group for joke about Jesus and Ivanishvili

The three were attacked by the March of Georgians outside the broadcaster’s studio in Tbilisi.

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