The government must prepare a list by mid-June of individuals who have been involved in the kidnapping, torture or murder of Georgian citizens
The ruling party in Georgia says that one of its priorities is improving relations with Russia. But just what have they done to this end and how successful have they been?
British PM Theresa May addressed Russia with an ultimatum
The opposition held a joint protest rally for the first time in over five years.
What do Georgian experts have to say to that?
Armenian officials say that the Protocols can’t be kept forever in the Turkish President’s desk drawer
Almost half of the president`s speech was focused on new armaments
Armen Sarkissian will not enjoy full-fledged powers unlike his forerunners, and will instead only have a representative role
City hall employees’ face-off over salaries escalated in Georgia’s Borjomi, riot police had to be brought in
Ruling party representatives wanted salaries increased, the opposition wouldn't have it. The tempers flared, chair barricades were built
Journalist of Ekho Kavkaza dismantles the South Ossetian law enforcers’ version of what happened
The authorities of South Ossetia say that the man was an active participant in the 2008 war. Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) says it has evidence that he was on a mission in Iraq at the time
To be confirmed, the judge would have needed 23.33 votes; she received only 23