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Archive by 2012-09-04
Georgia's ruling party agree with the EU representatives 2012-09-04 17:27 Georgia's ruling party "United National Movement" welcomes joint statement of the High Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy Stefan Fule and the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton in connection with the upcoming election in the country
Safarov's release won't spoil Nagorno-Karabakh talks 2012-09-04 14:32 Pardon of the Azerbaijani officer Ramil Safarov, sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of the Hungarian Armenian military, will not make Armenia give up the negotiation process on Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
Hezbollah threatens American military bases 2012-09-04 12:31 Iran can attack the U.S. military bases in the Middle East in response to any aggression by Israel against the nuclear infrastructure of the country.
Phantom luxury of Yerevan
New blocks, consisting of the elite and therefore very expensive homes, can be seen in every post-Soviet capital. In Yerevan, on the North Avenue, there is such a block. Modern monumental skyscrapers built here decorate the capital of Armenia for the last few years. However, after dusk the prospectus view is depressing. No need to think long to realize that people do not live here.2012-09-04 20:47
Saakashvili bleeds "Pankisi Jamaat"?
Militants, eliminated by Georgian special services in a special operation were buried in the village of Duisi, Kakheti. During the funeral, the residents of Duisi recognized in "Dagestani militants" two of their fellow villagers. Georgian Interior Ministry, which on the eve categorically denied "Georgian trace", immediately took words back and released the full information about the identity of those killed. Among them - two citizens of Georgia and five natives of Chechnya. Almost all Chechen militants previously had some ties with Pankisi through local Chechens. The expert community has2012-09-04 11:00
Bediani's sad fate
In southeast Georgia in Kvemo Kartli, there is a small village of Bediani. In Georgian "bedi" means fate. In the distant past, when the city was called Vardis Ubani (pink thicket), there were growing rose bushes, used for production of perfume, extracts and water for kings and nobles. Bediani owes David the Builder for its new name, who, having first seen the beauty of the pink groves, could not help but exclaim: "What a lucky city!" Bediani has preserved its name to this day, but the fate of the city was not that lucky.
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