Live ordnances keep turning up even ten years after
David Pipia (Photo/Video)
A lavender field, temporary home and a sense of safety - these are the things the migrants have found in Georgia
Cheap electricity, liberal laws and government-awarded privileges attract ‘miners’
The manager of a chain of Turkish schools in Georgia has been released from prison, but the fate of the schools remain unclear
The Turkish schools are associated with the Turkish dissident Fetullah Gülen and may face political pressure
Stories from a settlement in Western Georgia, where 171 families were forcefully displaced from Tbilisi
How bugs dealt a heavy blow to the harvest in the hazelnut state
Why has Georgia so far failed to eradicate the bride kidnapping practice?
While citizens of Georgia and Ukraine are looking at the possibilities regarding the visa-free regime with the EU, Moldova sums up the results of a three-year life with it
Perhaps it’s the only place around the globe that brings together so many residents-citizens of various countries.
Concern for community development or a political game?
A walk with a camera in Istanbul
Mass protests and dozens arrested: first reaction to the outcome of referendum
JAMnews reports from Istanbul on a fateful choice by its mighty neighbor
The Georgian government planned to turn Svaneti into the Switzerland of the Caucasus. What has become of it?