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Archive by 2011-12-21
Kukava: charges towards Ivanishvili are ridiculous 2011-12-21 19:08 Well-known Georgian oppositionist Kakha Kukava has sharply criticized the Georgian parliamentarian Gia Tortladze for the charges towards the opposition tycoon Bidzina Ivanishvili.
Today - 20 years after the collapse of the Soviet Union 2011-12-21 16:17 December 21, exactly 20 years have passed since the collapse of the USSR and the establishment of the Commonwealth of Independent States.
"Borjomi" will return to Russia 2011-12-21 15:34 According to Director General of the Georgian company IDS Borjomi International Vladimir Ashurov, significant progress has been outlined during the negotiations between Rospotrebnadzor and IDS Borjomi International on the return of mineral water "Borjomi" to the shelves of Russian stores.
The experts: North Korea's political course is not clear yet 2011-12-21 14:07 In recent days Chinese media has been writing about the inadmissibility of pressure on North Korea from the West in the transitional period after the death of supreme leader of the country.
Bakradze is not afraid of the Russian military aggression 2011-12-21 12:44 Risk of Russia's military aggression against Georgia to date is minimal, said the Speaker of Georgian Parliament David Bakradze, commenting the new concept of security of the country.
Don’t kill the press, Mr. President!
Georgian mass media have decided to get united into a trade union. This is a forced measure the mass media are venturing for they have no other chance. Georgia’s entire media market is drowning in scandals with the authorities that put still more pressure on independent TV channels. Now there is a small Guri TV company that joins Maestro and Trialeti, veterans of the fight for freedom, as a subject of a property dispute. Another point of concern is problems with press distribution.
How much France will pay for genocide
Turkish Ambassador to France Tahsin Burcuoglu is packing his suitcase to take the nearest plane to Ankara. Relationship between the two countries have been most strained since it became known that the French Senate is going to pass a law criminalizing the denial of the Armenian genocide in the Ottoman Empire. The news could be left without attention by neither Armenia, where Paris’ decisions are regarded as own victory, nor Azerbaijan being Turkey’s permanent ally. GeorgiaTimes correspondent asked journalists from these countries to comment on the coming event.2011-12-21 22:06
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