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The fallout from the most recent Georgian anti-terror raid continues amid accusations of excessive police violence, and conflicting narratives.
Thousands of Meskhetian Turks have been resettled in Turkey, while their hopes of returning to their Georgian homeland still look dim.
Authorities have not confirmed reports gunmen who killed a security officer were Chechens.
Ukrainian security agency says men were deported for endangering national security interests.
Substance detected on Neolithic pottery found near Tbilisi could be the world’s oldest wine, archeologists believe.
It has taken almost a decade, much of it filled with intrigue, to settle outstanding questions over the estate of a multibillionaire once considered the wealthiest man in Georgia.
Georgia and Russia have no diplomatic relations, but their Orthodox churches remain on friendly terms.
Decades in the making, Baku-Tbilisi-Kars could further isolate Armenia.
Victories in constituencies across the country put the government in a favorable position for presidential elections next year.
As Georgian-language schools disappear in South Ossetia, supporters say the move will expand the horizons of local pupils, while critics claim discrimination. From JAMnews.