113 people got killed in the civil war, and the centre of the capital was demolished in shootouts. The events largely determined the country’s future
Life in the hometown of Georgia’s richest, most powerful man
Georgian media claim a government flight may have secretly transferred Lukashenka’s son to Tbilisi
One of the leaders of the ruling Georgian Dream, Gia Volsky, is considered his main rival.
Epidemiologists working at Georgia's largest clothing market, Lilo, on the outskirts of Tbilisi, after 11 traders were diagnosed with coronavirus. Photo report
Ethnic Azerbaijanis in the Georgian region of Kvemo Kartli are asking the authorities to lift the ban on large weddings.
Coronavirus scandal: Armenian Ministry of Health apologizes to Georgia for Minister of Health’s words
Arsen Torosyan expressed doubts about the method used to count the number of coronavirus cases used in its neighboring country. Georgia considers the Armenian Minister of Health’s statement to be unwarranted.
Dialogue with activist Samira Bayramova from quarantined Marneuli. Local peasants threw their crop of vegetables directly onto the highway, demanding the attention of the authorities
15 cases of coronavirus infection have been confirmed in Georgia
COVID-19 continues to spread - Georgia has taken a number of measures to prevent and treat the disease
The relevant decision has already been made
The reinstatement of the prosecutor general who was dismissed as a result of mass protests over the murder of a teenager marks the official formation of a repressive regime in Georgia
European border guards are checking passengers at airports in Georgia, while the authorities remain silent
How has ‘borderization’ changed the lives of families living in the Georgian villages of the conflict zone? Amnesty International researchers looked for answers to this question
Activists and the opposition are demanding a transition to a proportional system for the parliamentary elections slated for October
No cases have been reported yet
The crossing points were closed 142 days and will be closed again soon
Tbilisi Mayor Kaladze says the territory is "in very serious condition" and needs restoration work