Saturday, 03 December 2016
Archive by 2012-10-10
Father-in-law of the future Interior Minister released from prison 2012-10-10 14:08 Supporter of the winning coalition "Georgian Dream" Tamaz Tamazashvili, earlier convicted for illegal possession of weapons, was released from prison in Georgia.
Zurab Adeishvili detected in Austria 2012-10-10 13:10 Eyewitnesses have detected former Justice Minister of Georgia Zurab Adeishvili in Frankfurt.
UN Secretary General condemns terrorist attacks in Damascus 2012-10-10 11:59 The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has condemned the series of terrorist attacks in Damascus which had resulted in victims.
Georgian besom for ethnic minorities
The issue of political, economic and cultural freedoms of national minorities, particularly the Armenians, has always been and remains important for Georgia. Recently new Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili added fuel to the fire, saying "why do the Armenians live in Georgia while their homeland is close". It is still unclear what will be the policy towards ethnic minorities now, after the election. In recent years, this policy "is as much similar to the declared official policy, as a besom is similar to a rose", said the expert Karen Elchyan.
Dagestan is being prepared for war
Russia is being mentally prepared for war against Dagestan. The scandal with the shooting at the wedding in Moscow, according to member of the Public Chamber Maxim Shevchenko, "sets the society against Dagestan". Sensation around the participation of army units in the fight against terrorism, hyped by the media and refuted by Senator Alexander Torshin, makes us think about the inevitability of war. However, Dagestan lives usual life, having opened the III North Caucasus Innovation Forum in Kaspiysk today. But the Dagestanis, who have heard the roar of an air strike near Makhachkala, are2012-10-10 20:39
Iran and Azerbaijan: Spy scandal is over?
Spy scandal between Azerbaijan and Iran is lasting for about a year. Baku still well remembers the hype surrounding the arrest of two young Azerbaijani poets, accused by Iranian security forces of spying for Israel. Now the story repeats in Azerbaijan, where a similar case has resulted in a court verdict. However, there is a difference between the two spy trials in Azerbaijan and Iran.
Copyright © 2016. GeorgiaTimes.info - News: Georgia today. All Rights Reserved. email@example.com