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The country has emerged as a leader in large-scale cryptocurrency mining, thereby exposing its social and environmental effects.
Anti-drug raids in two LGBT-friendly techno music venues led to protests, as well as counter-protests from the city’s far-right groups.
EU and U.S. hail Tbilisi’s peace plan for Abkhazia and South Ossetia, but Sukhumi is not impressed.
Jokes can be serious business here, as an incident involving a television anchor, Orthodox zealots, and the country’s richest person reveals.
Authorities plan PR campaign as terrifying video of ski-lift malfunction goes viral.
Authorities in the breakaway statelet claim a Georgian terrorist suspect died of heart failure after resisting his captors.
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.