This is a battle for freedom of speech, journalists say. Experts confirm - Georgian authorities have gained control over TV channels in preparation for parliamentary elections
“For 70 years you couldn’t even look in that direction” - the tragedy that divided villages between Turkey and Georgia
Soon it will be the 100th anniversary since the Kars agreement separated brothers, sisters, parents and children who ended up on opposite sides of the Georgian-Turkish border
From full support to absolute condemnation, leaders from across the world have reacted with a wide degree of variation
Russia’s propaganda press predicts a new conflict in Georgia
The government says the country’s energy independence and security is in a vulnerable state, while the local population opposes irreversible changes in their living environment
How is Bidzina Ivanishvili changing the landscape? A Report from the Black Sea coast
Photo/Video: Meri Emiridze, Batumi
What attracts tourists and entrepreneurs to the ‘summer capital’ of Georgia?
Double burden: уou are a mother and a woman - what would people say?
On the outskirts of Batumi, a coastal city famous for its beaches and new hotels, a slum has been expanding for five years. It has become a symbol of unfulfilled election promises.
The local community has been fighting in vein for a number of years to receive permission to build a new mosque
'Turkish town' in Batumi - beautiful yet conflicted
The Caucasus has many reasons for pride when it comes to football. Alas, this pride has a tint of nostalgia
Villages in Georgia’s mountains are being deserted. A story of 15-year-old girl