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Sunday, 21 October 2018

M. Gulashvili: Freedom of speech is in danger 2011-06-29 The owner of Georgian Times Malkhaz Gulashvili tells about censorship in the Georgian media and Punishment of the freedom of speech.
V. Homyakov: Mishiko has outdone Washington 2011-06-21 Director-General of the National Strategy Council Valery Homyakov reasons about the "cold war" between Russia and Georgia.
Valeri Gorbachev: "I rode on a horse" 2011-06-10 20 years of independence from love. What happened to you, Georgia?
President of Abkhazia dies in Moscow hospital after surgery 2011-05-30 The President of the Abkhazian Republic has died. Sergey Bagapsh, who was 62, passed away early on Sunday morning in a Moscow hospital. He underwent a complex surgery to treat lung cancer, but suffered complications. Bagapsh had led the country towards independence from neighbouring Georgia, which it achieved following a war in 2008. The Abkhazian vice-president will take over in an acting role for the next three months.
Georgia Violence: Video of brutal police crackdown on Tbilisi protests 2011-05-26 At least two dead and dozens hospitalised - protesters in Georgia have found out the hard way why they shouldn't speak out against their leadership. Police showed little restraint in a crackdown on crowds who'd turned out for what's been called Georgia's 'Day Of Rage' - demanding that President Saakashvili resign.
Lawyers Behind Bars: Georgia tightens grip on justice 2011-05-25 Recent controversial court decisions in Georgia have brought the country's legal system under the spotlight. With the acquittal rate at less than one per cent, many accuse the government of tightening its grip over judges.
After US the Deluge? Georgia swift to follow into America's debt steps 2010-12-01 The Republic of Georgia is trying to model itself after the US in any way it can. Tbilisi can now celebrate, just like Washington: it has amassed a spiraling foreign debt. Money is being borrowed, but where is it all going? Anyone who has ever received a hefty credit card bill will know the pain of paying off debts. Georgia could owe up to $800 million by 2013 after a spending splurge that has left it with mounting foreign debt.
Georgia's Spy Thriller: Too Much Fiction? 2010-11-22 Georgia has released a film about a recently-detained alleged Russian spy network, which the Kremlin has called a political farce. The film is the Georgian version of the last month's arrest of 15 people accused of being Russian spies.
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