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Bendukidze: I am honest before God and man 2011-08-10 20:11 As the former head of economic department of Georgia, head of the "Free University" Kakha Bendukidze recently admitted in an interview, he has no business in Sakartvelo.
Shevardnadze: Saakashvili started the war 2011-08-10 18:49 Former Georgian president is sure that the war of August 2008 was started by Saakashvili.
Lavrov: Russia is developing contacts with Georgia 2011-08-10 18:24 Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov commented on situation with the Russian-Abkhazian relations.
Russian companies are investing to Georgia 2011-08-10 17:44 According to the International Crisis Group, Russian investments to Georgia's economy is growing - according to media reports.
Alasania: Refugees in Georgia will be divided into the groups 2011-08-10 16:50 As the leader of the "Free Democrats" Irakli Alasania stated today, "National Movement" divide refugees from conflict regions of Georgia to those who became a refugee during the reign of Eduard Shevardnadze, and those who became refugees during the 2008 war.
Young opposition activist sentenced to 7 years of imprisonment for drugs 2011-08-10 16:14 One of the leaders of the youth organization of the "Georgian Party" Shota Yamanidze was sentenced to seven years in prison by the decision of Tbilisi City Court.
In Yerevan, the opposition had a fight with members of PPS 2011-08-10 15:28 On the eve in Armenian capital, a clash between the young activists of the opposition Armenian National Congress (ANC) and members of the patrol service in Armenia took place near Swan Lake.
Saakashvili: I may be the last president of Georgia, who cites Yesenin 2011-08-10 14:41 According to the head of the head of Georgian state Mikhail Saakashvili, if the relations between Georgia and Russia continue to evolve in a negative way, then it may happen that the next president of Georgia will not know the Russian language.
Most of all Georgians love to rest in Turkey 2011-08-10 14:00 The most favorite place for Georgian citizens is Turkey.
"Way of Georgia" offered Saakashvili to pay ransom for the captive sailors 2011-08-10 13:30 The Georgian opposition party "Way of Georgia" launched a new initiative related to the release of Georgian sailors held captive by Somali pirates.
Tonoyan: Russian Military Base in Armenia is a part of the country's defense system 2011-08-10 12:37 According to First Deputy Defense Minister of Armenia David Tonoyan, Russian military base in Armenia is an integral part of the security of the country.
10.08.08. Internet reports
This publication gives witnesses’ account of the August-2008 events they presented in their blogs. GeorgiaTimes correspondents collected the stories written by Tskhinval residents, city defendants, the military, journalists and those who simply cared for the situation, shocked at Saakashvili’s bloody massacre over South-Ossetians. Today’s issue contains the chronicle of August 10, the third day of war.
Saakashvili deprived Georgians of motherland
Mikheil Saakashvili’s adventure in Ossetia in August 2008 caused a huge damage to Georgia not only in terms of the image. It was a heavy blow to the country’s economy. The main problem of the republic is the tragedy of thousands of people, now refugees. As a result of the August aggression the country lost three large districts in South Ossetia and entire Abkhazia turning residents of these places into vagabonds who had to abandon well-organized life and their homes in now desolate villages.
War Chronicle: Georgian “warriors” in panic
The war, day three. Russia grabs initiative with its troops and Ossetia’s militia units launching an offensive and pressing Georgian aggressors back. Vostok, a legendary Chechen battalion, joins in the hostilities: it makes Saakashvili’s soldiers flee in terror, sometimes without ammunition. Georgian troops hurriedly retreat deeper into the country. The capital of South Ossetia is completely free from Georgian troops, evacuation of the injured begins. In the meantime, punished Tbilisi has to agree to negotiate.2011-08-10 13:52
The lost Georgia: a tool for sick policy
George Bush Jr. entered the U.S.’ history as one of the most mediocre country leaders. His presidency was a chain of fatal errors, the world still clearing up the mess of their consequences. An attack at WTC, shameful campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan and – as a final – global financial crisis. The row of these disastrous “achievements” was joined by Bush’s worthy protégé in Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili. The American houseling’s rule turned out a real national calamity for the Caucasian republic.
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