Sopho Aptsiauri, Tbilisi

Georgia: The state trading in girls

Dozens of girls are kidnapped annually right from a school bench in Georgia. The government turns a blind eye to this tradition -human rights activists believe

How Georgian wine has survived

Wine production in Georgia experienced two major crises: the collapse of the Soviet Union and the Russian embargo. What’s ahead?

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