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Chechnya’s Ramzan Kadyrov ‘ordered killing’ of Georgian TV host who insulted Putin

A man sent to kill Mtavari Arkhi’s Giorgi Gabunia was arrested during a special operation in Tbilisi last week, the channel’s director has claimed.

Chechnya’s Ramzan Kadyrov ‘ordered killing’ of Georgian TV host who insulted Putin

A man sent to kill Mtavari Arkhi’s Giorgi Gabunia was arrested during a special operation in Tbilisi last week, the channel’s director has claimed.

Georgia’s Rustavi 2 TV shares partially frozen after founders file lawsuit

Tbilisi City Court froze 60% of the disputed channel’s shares after two of the founders demanded they be given back ownership.

Georgia’s Rustavi 2 TV shares partially frozen after founders file lawsuit

Tbilisi City Court froze 60% of the disputed channel’s shares after two of the founders demanded they be given back ownership.

Father of Georgia’s TV Pirveli owner charged with money laundering

Fears grow over a clampdown on media a year before the parliamentary elections.

Father of Georgia’s TV Pirveli owner charged with money laundering

Fears grow over a clampdown on media a year before the parliamentary elections.

Rustavi 2 fires head of news and says more journalists to be let go

Nodar Meladze, and four prominent journalists at the channel will be dismissed.

Rustavi 2 fires head of news and says more journalists to be let go

Nodar Meladze, and four prominent journalists at the channel will be dismissed.

Kibar Khalvashi to sell Rustavi 2

Khalvashi said that Rustavi 2 is on the edge of bankruptcy, with a ₾70 million [$24 million] debt.

Kibar Khalvashi to sell Rustavi 2

Khalvashi said that Rustavi 2 is on the edge of bankruptcy, with a ₾70 million [$24 million] debt.

Founders of Georgia’s Rustavi 2 TV demand channel back

Allegations of politically-charged changes in editorial policy in the Rustavi 2 case following a hotly contested change in ownership.

Founders of Georgia’s Rustavi 2 TV demand channel back

Allegations of politically-charged changes in editorial policy in the Rustavi 2 case following a hotly contested change in ownership.

Georgia’s Rustavi 2 TV transferred to previous owner after ECHR ruling

The ECHR ruled that the channel’s owners’ right to a fair trial was not violated when Georgia’s courts ordered that ownership be transferred.

Georgia’s Rustavi 2 TV transferred to previous owner after ECHR ruling

The ECHR ruled that the channel’s owners’ right to a fair trial was not violated when Georgia’s courts ordered that ownership be transferred.

Georgia urges international community to react to vulgar tirade against Putin on Rustavi 2

Georgia’s Foreign Ministry called on the international community to ‘assess’ a rant against Russian President Vladimir Putin aired on Rustavi 2.

Georgia urges international community to react to vulgar tirade against Putin on Rustavi 2

Georgia’s Foreign Ministry called on the international community to ‘assess’ a rant against Russian President Vladimir Putin aired on Rustavi 2.

Rustavi 2 shareholder sues Gvaramia and other shareholders

Director Nika Gvaramia accused the government of being behind the lawsuit to attack the channel’s editorial independence.

Rustavi 2 shareholder sues Gvaramia and other shareholders

Director Nika Gvaramia accused the government of being behind the lawsuit to attack the channel’s editorial independence.

Proposed Georgian defamation law ‘puts freedom of speech at risk’

The new proposed law came after the head of the Georgian Orthodox Church spoke out against the ‘malicious use of free speech’.

Proposed Georgian defamation law ‘puts freedom of speech at risk’

The new proposed law came after the head of the Georgian Orthodox Church spoke out against the ‘malicious use of free speech’.

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