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Archive by 2012-05-14
Georgia has suspended payment of debt of $ 20 million to Kazakhstan 2012-05-14 16:02 Georgia has suspended payment of sovereign debt, the total amount of which is about $ 20 million, to Kazakhstan.
Azeri border police officers have occupied Georgian monastery 2012-05-14 13:53 Azerbaijani border police officers have occupied Georgian monastery complex "David Gareji".
President of Georgia: Russia holds military exercises simultaneously with elections in Georgia 2012-05-14 13:09 Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili believes Russia has decided to hold military exercises in parallel with the parliamentary elections in Georgia.
Tbilisi underneath the water
The most powerful for the last 40 years flood in Georgia has caused losses of up to tens of millions of dollars. In Tbilisi, five people have become its victims. As a result of torrential rains, the Kura River has overflown, killing two children, two women and an elderly man. In the Krtsanisi district of the capital the streets are flooded, as well as the first floors of dozens of homes and cars.
"Caucasus Emirate" has reached North Ossetia?
North Ossetia is still beyond the vicissitudes related to the activation of radical Islam in the North Caucasus. Although various "alarm calls" happened earlier, there is still no evidence of Islamic underground. But there are many religious issues, maybe even more than in neighboring Caucasian republics, "homogeneous" in religious terms. We talked to Jana Amelina, the head of the Caucasus section in Russian Institute for Strategic Studies, about the trends of the situation development in North Ossetia.2012-05-14 21:07
Afghan women's school of life
Most of the provinces of Afghanistan is actually in the hands of various Taliban factions, who periodically fight each other for influence. But all the Taliban leaders are unanimous in one matter - this is the matter of a woman's right to education. In Afghanistan, 550 schools were closed. Most of them were women's schools. Although Afghan officials blame Taliban for this, activists of women's movement of the country say the problem is more complicated. Talibans have freedom of movement due to the support of the local population, as well as the connivance of Hamid Karzai and the Americans.
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