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Archive by 2012-04-27
Georgia intends to increase troops in Afghanistan 2012-04-27 17:48 Georgian authorities have decided to increase its troops in Afghanistan.
Armenian Foreign Minister is preparing for the visit to Tehran 2012-04-27 17:03 Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian will make an official visit to Iran.
Armenian armed forces have fired Azerbaijani positions 2012-04-27 16:19 Armenian armed forces fired positions of Azerbaijani Army in the village of Gyzylgadzhily of the Gazakh region.
Juvenile wives of Saudi Arabia
Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia has issued a fatwa for permission to give girls in marriage from ten years. This decision is a response to a question about the Saudi women's right to choose husband by their own. In general, the fatwa of Mufti has legitimized the country's tradition. Here, an eight-year girl can be given in marriage to old men. The consent of the bride, of course, may be taken in account. But her father takes the final decision.
Ia Antadze: "The government fully controls the information policy"
What's really going on with the Georgian media? Are they free, or are they under the pressure of the authorities? Can the independent press operate freely? Does it exist in Georgia? Well-known journalist Ia Antadze described the situation in an interview Gtimes.2012-04-27 15:31
Sharia for the North Caucasus
Offer of the lawyer Dagir Hasavov to legalize Sharia all over Russia caused an uproar. But even if we only talk about the North Caucasus, where, according to a lawyer, Sharia court is successfully operating, regional Islamic law can't fit into the Russian legal system. Even if you change it, the introduction of Sharia law would take many years, a lot of money and most importantly - willingness of the North Caucasian society, which has long got out of the habit of Islamic law - Sharia law, and the traditional law - adat, adhering to them only in domestic matters.
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