Georgia

25 May 2016
Murder on Abkhaz-Georgia Border Unresolved

Man gunned down last week focuses attention on ‘frozen’ conflict, but Georgian authorities wary of any escalation.

 
10 May 2016
Tbilisi Botanical Garden for Sale?

Protests grow in Georgia over former prime minister’s suspected land grabs.

 
18 March 2016
Georgia Reeling Under Sex-Tape Scandal Premium

YouTube upload of adulterous opposition politician was the first of several compromising videos to appear. 

 
1 March 2016
Georgia Baffled by Shooting of Opposition Leader Premium

Aleksi Petriashvili survives attack, his Free Democrat party will face former coalition partner Georgian Dream in elections this year.

 
23 February 2016
Georgian Billionaire Claims Credit Suisse Banker Took Him to Cleaners Premium

Jailed wealth manager may also be accused of illegally tapping investments of Russians linked to Gazprom.

 
15 February 2016
Georgia Wine Giveaway Leaves Suspicious Aftertaste Premium

Wineries close to the ruling party and its founder won valuable state tenders facing virtually no competition.

 
28 January 2016
International Court Gives Go-Ahead for Georgia-Russia War Crimes Probe Premium

This will be the International Criminal Court’s first inquiry into accusations of abuses by Russia, which is not a member of the court and is conducting its own investigation.

 
27 January 2016
Pankisi Gorge No Terrorist Training Center, Georgian PM Says Premium

Giorgi Kvirikashvili rejects Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov’s claim of a significant Islamic State presence in the mountain gorge bordering Chechnya.

 
21 December 2015
Juncker Proposes Visa-Free Travel for Georgia, Ukraine, Kosovo Premium

Move is a snub to Russia which failed to secure the same benefit - if only for business leaders - even before the Ukraine crisis.

 
8 December 2015
Georgia Strips Saakashvili of Citizenship Premium
Now a Ukrainian citizen, the ex-president says the decision exposes the authorities as ‘scared and failed.’
 

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The Moldovan Diaries is a multimedia, interactive examination of the country's ethnic, religious, social and political identities by Paolo Paterlini and Cesare De Giglio.

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