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NGOs: Amendments, approved by the Georgian Parliament, contradict the Constitution 2011-12-29 18:28 Parliament of Georgia approved an amendment to the law "On Political Unions of Citizens" which contradicts the Constitution and laws of the country.
Kyrgyzstan gets rid of the U.S. air base 2011-12-29 17:06 U.S. air base in the international airport "Manas" in Kyrgyzstan is a danger to the country, and therefore should be closed, said the president of the republic Almazbek Atambaev.
Armenian Armed Forces opened fire at Azerbaijan 2011-12-29 15:52 December 28, Azerbaijani units in the village Gyzylhadzhyly in Gazakh region were shelled by Armenian armed forces.
Vasiliev became Lermontov's manager 2011-12-29 14:44 Working Group of the Government of Stavropol Territory has decided that the acting head of the city administration of Lermontov is the first deputy Viktor Vasiliev.
During the Turkish Air Force air strikes 23 people were killed - Kurdish authorities 2011-12-29 13:55 As a result of the Turkish Air Force air strike on the province of Sırnak in the south-east, over 20 locals were killed.
Term of airworthiness of crashed Tu-134 nearly expired - Ministry of Transport 2011-12-29 13:22 The Tu-134 of airline Kyrgyzstan, crashed during landing in Osh, had worked out the last hours of its airworthiness, representative of the Ministry of Transport and Communications of the Republic said at a session of parliament.
Saakashvili to take care about pensioners’ teeth
The Georgian president finally turned his gaze from glass buildings of police departments and crystal bridges to people. Gloomy faces he saw shocked him. “Why aren’t they smiling?” – Mikheil Saakashvili thought. – Ah, they are simply ashamed of their teeth!” And the quick-witted president promised to take care of old people’s teeth by paying for dental service as part of the new program “Smiling Georgia”.
Tbilisi - Kukava - Sukhum
A while ago, Alexander Ankvab stated his readiness to open railway transit between Abkhazia and Armenia. The idea was supported in Georgia, though not by the government. Head of Free Georgia party Kakha Kukava came out with the initiative of acting as mediator between Sukhum and Tbilisi. This politician has gained the reputation of a talented diplomat. It is due to his efforts that negotiations on returning Georgian goods to the Russian market after a many-year embargo are practically over. GTimes correspondent talked to Kakha Kukava about the prospect of opening Sukhum-Yerevan transit.2011-12-29 21:00
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