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Detained former security chief threatens to ‘expose’ Georgian Government

Soso Gogashvili was arrested during a midnight raid by law enforcement agencies on his home on Friday night.

Detained former security chief threatens to ‘expose’ Georgian Government

Soso Gogashvili was arrested during a midnight raid by law enforcement agencies on his home on Friday night.

Datablog | Georgian public opinion on the SSG files

Fifty-nine percent of the Georgian public isn’t aware of the State Security Service leaks of 2021.

Datablog | Georgian public opinion on the SSG files

By David Sichinava

Fifty-nine percent of the Georgian public isn’t aware of the State Security Service leaks of 2021.

Georgian prosecutors silent on Church paedophilia allegations

Documents allegedly leaked from the State Security Service suggest that the authorities knew of at least 12 priests who were sexually abusing children.

Georgian prosecutors silent on Church paedophilia allegations

Documents allegedly leaked from the State Security Service suggest that the authorities knew of at least 12 priests who were sexually abusing children.

SSG Files: Georgian Patriarch Ilia II planned to resign in 2020

This is the latest report from around 3,000 files allegedly leaked from the State Security Services.

SSG Files: Georgian Patriarch Ilia II planned to resign in 2020

This is the latest report from around 3,000 files allegedly leaked from the State Security Services.

Leaked ‘kompromat’ against the clergy rocks Georgia

A former security officer has allegedly leaked a massive cache of surveillance files, including details on clergy from the Georgian Orthodox Church. 

Leaked ‘kompromat’ against the clergy rocks Georgia

A former security officer has allegedly leaked a massive cache of surveillance files, including details on clergy from the Georgian Orthodox Church. 

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