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#Russian invasion of Ukraine

Ukrainian refugees evicted from Tbilisi and Batumi hotels

Thousands of Ukrainians fleeing the war arrived in Georgia following Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine in late February. 

Ukrainian refugees evicted from Tbilisi and Batumi hotels

Thousands of Ukrainians fleeing the war arrived in Georgia following Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine in late February. 

Founder of Ingush news site Fortanga placed on Russian wanted list

Izabella Evloeva was placed on Russian wanted lists for her coverage of the invasion of Ukraine.

Founder of Ingush news site Fortanga placed on Russian wanted list

Izabella Evloeva was placed on Russian wanted lists for her coverage of the invasion of Ukraine.

Podcast | Why is Yerevan setting up a morning musical alarm?

OC Media staff talk about the volunteer Chechen battalions in Ukraine, Avaz Hafizli's murder trial, and Yerevan's new musical alarm.

Podcast | Why is Yerevan setting up a morning musical alarm?

OC Media staff talk about the volunteer Chechen battalions in Ukraine, Avaz Hafizli's murder trial, and Yerevan's new musical alarm.

A strong dram and rising inflation leave Armenians in a bind

Following Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine, a strong dram has hurt Armenian exporters while inflation has continued to skyrocket.

A strong dram and rising inflation leave Armenians in a bind

By Ani Avetisyan

Following Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine, a strong dram has hurt Armenian exporters while inflation has continued to skyrocket.

Datablog | Despite the war, Georgians differentiate Russia and Russians 

After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, a large-scale migration of Russians to Georgia led to a debate in Georgian society. 

Datablog | Despite the war, Georgians differentiate Russia and Russians 

By Nino Mzhavanadze

After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, a large-scale migration of Russians to Georgia led to a debate in Georgian society. 

Fighting over a flag in the Pankisi Valley

The controversy concerns repeated incidents in which Georgian police painted over graffiti of an Ichkerian, and later a Ukrainian flag with a Georgian flag.

Fighting over a flag in the Pankisi Valley

By Luiza Mchedlishvili

The controversy concerns repeated incidents in which Georgian police painted over graffiti of an Ichkerian, and later a Ukrainian flag with a Georgian flag.

Daghestani schoolgirl forced to apologise for statement supporting Ukraine

The apology video was published the same day a video of the teenager shouting slogans in support of Ukraine at high school graduation went viral.

Daghestani schoolgirl forced to apologise for statement supporting Ukraine

The apology video was published the same day a video of the teenager shouting slogans in support of Ukraine at high school graduation went viral.

Opinion | The world has woken up to the Russian terror that the Chechens know only too well

Russia’s wars against Chechnya have provided the blueprint for its brutal invasion of Ukraine.

Opinion | The world has woken up to the Russian terror that the Chechens know only too well

By Anzor Maskhadov

Russia’s wars against Chechnya have provided the blueprint for its brutal invasion of Ukraine.

Georgian Dream leaders jump to Ivanishvili’s defence over new Credit Suisse dispute

Members of the ruling party have claimed Ivanishvili is being pressured as part of an international conspiracy to involve Georgia in the war in Ukraine.

Georgian Dream leaders jump to Ivanishvili’s defence over new Credit Suisse dispute

Members of the ruling party have claimed Ivanishvili is being pressured as part of an international conspiracy to involve Georgia in the war in Ukraine.

Abkhazia slams ‘provocations’ from Georgia and Ukraine

In a press conference with Russian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Maria Zakharova, Inal Ardzinba accused Georgia of waging a ‘hybrid information war’.

Abkhazia slams ‘provocations’ from Georgia and Ukraine

In a press conference with Russian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Maria Zakharova, Inal Ardzinba accused Georgia of waging a ‘hybrid information war’.

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