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UNM officially joins anti-government protests in Tbilisi

UNM MP Nika Melia addressed crowds gathered outside parliament after meeting with protest leaders and said a plan would be announced on Sunday.

UNM officially joins anti-government protests in Tbilisi

UNM MP Nika Melia addressed crowds gathered outside parliament after meeting with protest leaders and said a plan would be announced on Sunday.

Georgia’s chief prosecutor resigns amidst mass protests

Protests were sparked by a ‘compromised investigation’ into the fatal stabbing of two teenagers outside a school in Tbilisi in December.

Georgia’s chief prosecutor resigns amidst mass protests

Protests were sparked by a ‘compromised investigation’ into the fatal stabbing of two teenagers outside a school in Tbilisi in December.

Tbilisi court partially acquits teenagers of fatal school stabbings

The murder of Davit Saralidze remains unsolved after the court ruled neither defendant was responsible for his death.

Tbilisi court partially acquits teenagers of fatal school stabbings

The murder of Davit Saralidze remains unsolved after the court ruled neither defendant was responsible for his death.

Thousands protest ‘compromised investigation’ into Tbilisi school stabbings

The father of one of the victim’s accused the authorities of tampering with evidence during the investigation.

Thousands protest ‘compromised investigation’ into Tbilisi school stabbings

The father of one of the victim’s accused the authorities of tampering with evidence during the investigation.

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.

Armenian woman ‘forcibly detained and abused’ by Stepanakert Police

Asya Khachatryan accuses officers of cursing at, threatening her, and slapping her in the face, because she smokes and has blue hair.

Armenian woman ‘forcibly detained and abused’ by Stepanakert Police

Asya Khachatryan accuses officers of cursing at, threatening her, and slapping her in the face, because she smokes and has blue hair.

Borjomi’s mayor and staff go on strike

Borjomi’s local government is in crisis in a dispute between the opposition-run council and GD mayor, over pay rises at the mayor’s office.

Borjomi’s mayor and staff go on strike

Borjomi’s local government is in crisis in a dispute between the opposition-run council and GD mayor, over pay rises at the mayor’s office.

South Ossetian journalist ‘under pressure’ from authorities

Irina Kelekhsayeva says she was asked to quit her job after reporting on a ‘disagreement’ between the South Ossetian leader and a Russian investor.

South Ossetian journalist ‘under pressure’ from authorities

Irina Kelekhsayeva says she was asked to quit her job after reporting on a ‘disagreement’ between the South Ossetian leader and a Russian investor.

Georgian police issue restraining orders against ‘domestic violence victim’

Police issued two restraining orders against a woman after the family of her ‘abusive’ ex-husband complained her Facebook posts were offensive.

Georgian police issue restraining orders against ‘domestic violence victim’

Police issued two restraining orders against a woman after the family of her ‘abusive’ ex-husband complained her Facebook posts were offensive.

Georgian courts under fire after Bassiani triple stabbing suspect released on bail

NGOs and officials reacted angrily after a man who stabbed two bouncers and a police officer outside the Bassiani nightclub was granted bail.

Georgian courts under fire after Bassiani triple stabbing suspect released on bail

NGOs and officials reacted angrily after a man who stabbed two bouncers and a police officer outside the Bassiani nightclub was granted bail.

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