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Akhalaia transferred to the prison for thieves in law 2012-11-14 16:34 Ministry of Corrections, Probation and Legal Assistance has transferred former Defense Minister Bacho Akhalaia from Gldani prison No 8 to the prison No 7 for dangerous criminals and criminal authorities.
Georgian Public TV terminated all contracts with PIK 2012-11-14 14:12 Public broadcaster of Georgia has terminated all agreements with the TV company PIK.
US Deputy Secretary of State to visit Georgia this weekend 2012-11-14 13:26 U.S. Deputy Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Philip Gordon is going to visit Georgia this weekend.
Umarov's fellow is a fellow of Georgian special services?
Georgian authorities have refused to expel the Chechen Akhmed Chatayev, Doku Umarov's emissary in Europe, who has long lived in Georgia and Austria as a political refugee since 2010, to Russia. Georgian side accounts its refusal for the fact that his case is very complicated and must be checked, since Chatayev has left footprints in Chechnya, Europe and Georgia. Akhmed Chatayev is the only surviving witness of the famous Georgian special operation services in Kakheti.
Tax inspection of the Caucasus Emirate
Dagestani leadership is seriously concerned about the tribute, which the rebels impose upon the wealthy residents of the republic. In addition to businessmen, the officials getting rich through kickbacks from the distribution of federal grants began receiving flash drives with threats. In Spring, in Gimry, where the CTO was announced in order to find the distributors of video with the militants' demands, there were rumors that the head of the republic Magomedsalam Magomedov has got such a flash drive. In any case, the militants do not touch small entrepreneurs. They are blackmailing those who2012-11-14 22:02
Salting militants in barrels
Russian security officials learned how to polish off terrorists in the outhouse as soon as Vladimir Putin came to power. And now they are going to "salt them in barrels". In Chechnya, the clergy was forbidden to perform funeral service over the killed militants and burying them on the common cemeteries. Ingush leader Yunus-Bek Yevkurov, in response, said he would not hand out the bodies, since "to salt them" means to engender terrorism. "Yevkurov knows something about salting the bodies, if he's talking about it", Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov said.
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