Thursday, 23 March 2017
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Another 69 prisoners released in Georgia under amnesty 2013-02-07 13:35 After the adoption of the amnesty law in Georgia another 69 more prisoners have been released from prison.
Rubin: managing relations with Russia to Georgia 2013-02-07 13:12 According to the U.S. State Department Deputy Assistant Secretary Eric Rubin, normalization of relations with Russia is in the interest of Georgia.
Georgia and Japan to sign a number of agreements 2013-02-07 12:31 Today, Georgia will sign agreements related to the seven projects within the "Project for Grassroots and Human Security".
Confessions of a prisoner, or 4 years in Georgian prison
Under Shevardnadze children from an early age began to comprehend the basics of "thieves' wisdom" in the courtyards, where they played not cops and robbers, but something like a "thief in law". Already grown up girls dreamed to marry a crime boss, and guys wished to become crime boss. With the change of government has changed. Georgia, with a population of about 3 million, rates second in the world after the U.S. in the number of prisoners per capita. And well-known scandal after the release of video depicting personnel of the Gladni prison torturing detainees has proved that in this country2013-02-07 18:19
Georgian temples abandoned in Turkey
The Ministry of Culture and Monument Protection of Georgia does not comment on the restoration work in the temples Ishkhani and Oshki in the territory of neighboring Turkey. The press center of the Ministry provided us the following answer: "Negotiations are being held; we cannot tell you anything specific at this stage". Does this mean that the parties are unable to come to a common denominator? Since the restoration of ancient monuments is in the interest of both states, the pace of work must be really fast, doesn't it? Though, Georgian and Turkish experts are sounding the alarm about the poor state of the temples for several years.
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