Azerbaijan’s sugar-sweet screen adaption of ‘Ali and Nino’ fails to impress viewers in the Caucasus. From EurasiaNet.org.
Georgia concerned about security situation as Russia ratifies agreement to establish joint Russian-Abkhaz forces.
With control of over three-fourths of parliament, party can now rewrite the constitution.
Opposition UNM accused the government of trying to “steal the elections,” and protested outside the central election commission.
Parliament could approve Ukraine’s application this month, but Kosovo lags behind.
Several members of the court and its chairman have been trading accusations about outside pressure and the way cases are handled.
Seven held on terrorism and other charges after explosives, weapons found near Tbilisi.
Hualing, the largest single investor in Georgia, erects a whole new town outside Tbilisi as the New Silk Road reaches into the Caucasus.
Inspired by traditional Georgian costumes, the outfits were derided for their “provincial modesty.” From EurasiaNet.
Turkey’s massive crackdown on supporters of U.S.-based cleric is making waves in neighboring countries.
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