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Condoleezza Rice: “We told Saakashvili that the Russians might invade Georgia, but that they shouldn’t respond”
The former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice spoke about the circumstances surrounding the 2008 August War
The reporter is well-known in Ukraine where he covered the events in the Crimea and Donbass.
How this decade has passed, and what has remained as the most memorable moments
A rally was held in front of the former Russian embassy in Tbilisi to mark ten years since the 2008 August war
A detailed chronological review of how the war between Georgia and Russia started over South Ossetia and its aftermath
The story of an unsuccessful kidnapping attempt on a Chechen man in St Petersburg
Women from Dagestan are still trying to have their grandsons returned home from war-torn Syria and Iraq
Large scale public participation was involved in the creation of the bill, but few believe that parliament will approve it. Details on the bill
Photographs of the Croatian football team’s uniforms with a 'Made in Georgia' tag are making their way across social media
Arguments for and against raising the minimum age to run for president in Abkhazia
19-year-old shepherd confesses to murder, life sentence expected.
The case may not have been launched had it not been for the efforts of activists who created an online petition
No sings of abuse were present on the bodies of the deceased, police say