Saturday, 21 January 2017
Archive by 2012-02-01
New leaks at the Fukushima 2012-02-01 18:27 The operator company of emergency NPP Fukushima-1 TEPCO announced the discovery of two new water leak at the station, caused by the freezing of water in the pipes.
Opposition: Georgian authorities are buying up the newspaper because of the criticism 2012-02-01 17:10 In western Georgia, representatives of local authorities and police are buying up newspaper circulation, so that the population has not read criticism of the ruling elite, said the deputy from the opposition party "Free Democrats" George Tsagareishvili.
More than 120 people were injured during the riots in Cairo 2012-02-01 16:05 During the clashes in Cairo on Tuesday 123 people were injured. This was announced by Ministry of Health of Egypt, citing the data on the unrest that erupted in the heart of the Egyptian capital the night before. Several dozen injured were hospitalized, mostly with strong bruises and fractures.
A citizen of Georgia was on board the sunken ship "Faith" 2012-02-01 14:56 This morning, rescue operation off the coast of Turkey, where the cargo ship "Faith", carrying the citizens of Ukraine and a citizen of Georgia, sank on January 31, was resumed.
Bedouins of Egypt released 25 Chinese citizens 2012-02-01 14:27 Bedouins in Egypt have released 25 Chinese workers who were kidnapped January 31 by one of the Bedouin tribes.
Washington has supported Georgia's accession to NATO 2012-02-01 13:40 U.S. is supporting Georgia's accession to NATO, President Barack Obama said. Told , a member of the Georgian delegation, State Minister for Reintegration Eka Tkeshelashvili told this to reporters in Washington at the end of the meeting of Presidents of Georgia and the United States.
Defence of Julian Assange brought an action against him 2012-02-01 12:34 The lawyers of the founder of the notorious Internet resource WikiLeaks Julian Assange, who claim that they had not got their fee, have filed a lawsuit against him.
Turkey: no more hand-feeding Georgia?
Georgian-Turkish relations that Mikheil Saakashvili identified as ideal two weeks ago, are likely to get worse. Ankara has decided to toughen the visa regime: from now on foreigners possessing temporary visas will be able to return to Turkey three months after expiry. Tbilisi officially resents.
Abkhaz way to God
The Georgian-Abkhaz conflict has got many aspects, including the issue of ownership of the Orthodox shrines located in the eastern regions of Abkhazia not far from the Georgian border. Any sane historian would say these temples are Byzantine, for they were built in that epoch according to Byzantine tradition. But Ilori and Bedia temples are especially revered by Georgians who worry about their condition. GTimes correspondent visited Ilori temple.
Obama thinking about Russia
Mikhail Saakashvili has finally waited what he wanted. The Georgian president has been invited to the United States where he's met with Barack Obama. Saakashvili called the talks in the Oval Office "highly productive", though, later he talked with the press tersely and regularly. And did not even comment Obama's reservation, who, speaking of his assessment of "the ongoing institution-building" in a country said "Russia" instead of "Georgia".2012-02-01 20:18
Genocide? To Tbilisi, Please
Another suppliants to recognize the genocide, this time the Ingushs, have appealed to the Georgian parliament. Tbilisi has already done this honor to Circassians; they're preparing to make happy Chechens; but stubbornly are refusing to recognize the Armenian genocide by the Turks. Georgia's position is clear - they are trying to increase its influence in the North Caucasus and to maneuver between the interests of its neighbors in the South. And GTimes reporter has found out why the Ingushs need it.
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