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  1. Georgian frescosRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 18, 2014 | TrekEarth

    In the center of Old Tbilisi (GEORGIA) stands one of the oldest churches of Tbilisi, Antiochi Church at St. Stephen Monastery (5th century ). Here we can see beautiful frescos.


  2. Azerbaijani oil prices for Oct.13-17Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 18, 2014 | Trend

    The average price for AZERI LT, exported from Azerbaijan via the Ceyhan, Batumi and Supsa ports to Italian Augusta port, was $88.62 per barrel on Oct.13-17. The maximum price for AZERI LT was $90.85 per barrel and the minimum price was $86.72 per barrel during the reporting period.


  3. Expert: Armenia's path and prospects in Eurasian Economic Union are vagueRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 18, 2014 | ARMINFO news agency

    ... According to him, Moscow may declare what it wishes but the fact is that the project cannot be implemented without Georgia. Tbilisi is not going to take any steps yet given its precisely opposite integration preferences. "The political discrepancies ...


  4. Georgia's New Immigration Law Criticized For FlawsRead the original story

    Oct 18, 2014 | Groong

    GEORGIA'S NEW IMMIGRATION LAW CRITICIZED FOR FLAWS Legal Monitor Worldwide October 16, 2014 Thursday -Georgia's new immigration law has created a lot of problems for foreigners who already live, study or work in the country. People DF Watch spoke to say their applications are being rejected for unclear reasons.


  5. Adithya - British under-9 championRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2014 | Watford Observer

    Eight-year-old Adithya Pramod Paleri is on his way to the Black Sea resort of Batumi, Georgia, to represent England in his first international chess tournament. Adithya, who attends Nascot Wood School, earned the right to compete in the European Youth Championships through winning the British under-9 title at Aberystwyth in July.


  6. The Complicated Life of Georgia's Philosopher PresidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2014 | Foreign Policy

    The president of Georgia has the soft but persuasive voice of an academic. After almost a year in office, Giorgi Margvelashvili , a former university rector with a background in philosophy, is still capable of responding to tricky questions with a sincere smile.


  7. Putin, Erdogan, Saudi Arabia: The Balance Of Power Is ShiftingRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2014 |

    ... Kerry wait four hours after Kerry flew to Moscow for a face-to-face. On one occasion, after the invasion of Georgia, when the feckless EU pressured Georgia's then President Saakashvili to make a special trip to conciliate Putin, Saakashvili had to ...


  8. Russia's Back Road to Georgia: To Trade or Invade?Read the original story

    Oct 17, 2014 | EurasiaNet

    Russia wants to revive a tsarist-era project for building a new road to Georgia, but Georgians remain uncertain about whether the intention has to do with transit for trade or tanks or both. The topic was slotted for further discussion at a routine, October-16 meeting in Prague between Georgian and Russian officials, but details have not emerged.


  9. North-South project submitted to CIS Railway Transport Council's meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2014 | Trend

    ... and in the future it will reach 15-20 million metric tons. The construction works at the Akhalkalaki station in Georgia are coming to an end, and it is planned to launch a work train from Baku till the border of Georgia and Turkey before late 2014. ...


  10. Georgian FM says Abkhazia-Russia agreement equal to country's outright annexationRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2014 | Trend

    Tbilisi, Georgia, Oct. 17 By Nana Kirtzkhalia Trend: Georgia's Foreign Minister Maia Panjikidze said she sees a direct threat to Georgia in the agreement to be signed by Russia and Georgia's separatist region of Abkhazia. Panjikidze wants to raise this issue at a meeting of 28 countries' FMs in Luxembourg on Oct. 20. "The agreement, in case of signing, means an outright annexation of Georgia by Russia," Panjikidze said.


  11. INTERVIEW-Defying Russia, Georgia to host NATO training centre - ministerRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2014 | AlertNet

    ... By continuing to browse our site, you are giving your consent for us to set cookies. TBILISI, Oct 17 (Reuters) - Georgia will not allow pressure from Russia to stop it hosting a NATO training centre on its territory or deter its plans to deepen ties ...


  12. Tbilisi: Who Do The Weapons Found In Akhalkalaki Belong To?Read the original story

    Oct 17, 2014 | Groong

    WHO DO THE WEAPONS FOUND IN AKHALKALAKI BELONG TO? Mteli Kvira, Monday edition of Rezonansi, , Georgia 13 Oct 2014 Specialists consider two theories: 'Legacy' of the Russian base or a cache of the National Movement" by Maia Abaiadze Some experts link the weapons found in [mainly ethnic Armenian-populated town of] Akhalkalaki to the remains of the Russian base, some others do not rule out that it is possible that it may belong to [the opposition] United National Movement [UNM]. Experts say that the former government [UNM] used to create arms caches before the 2012 [parliamentary] election in different regions of the country and the illegal cache found in Akhalkalaki may be one of such caches.


  13. CENN: Tusheti Protected Landscape Officially Under Local ControlRead the original story

    Oct 16, 2014 | Groong

    PRESS RELEASE Caucasus Environmental NGO Network 28, Chovelidze street Tbilisi, 380008, GEORGIA Tel: ++ 995 32 99 63 28, 995 99 57 77 22 E-mail:, Web: Home at Last: Tusheti Protected Landscape Officially Under Local Control For the first time since before the Soviet era, local officials can manage and protect the forest based on local needs AKHMETA, Georgia-In September of 2014, the Georgian Government officially transferred control of the Tusheti Protected Landscape to the Akhmeta municipality.


  14. Armenian Community Leader Named Abkhazian Deputy Prime MinisterRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2014 | Horizon

    SUKHUMI, Abkhazia-Head of the Armenian community of Sukhumi, Suren Kerselian, has been appointed Deputy Prime Minister of Abkhazia and Minister of Labor and Social Security, ITAR-TASS reports. Shamil Adzinba, the former deputy head of the State Sport Committee, has been appointed Prime Minister.


  15. Georgia to construct main gas pipelineRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2014 | Trend

    Around 73 percent of the work has been conducted at a 20-kilometer section of the Gori-Kareli main gas pipeline, the Georgian Oil and Gas Corporation told Trend Oct. 16. This section is being constructed as part of the fourth phase of the rehabilitation of the East-West main gas pipeline, financed by the U.S Agency for International Development. The contract is worth almost $ 3.9 billion.


  16. Georgian PM: No Progress Normalizing Relations With MoscowRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2014 | Weekday Magazine

    ... on the treaty on October 15. Moscow recognized Abkhazia as an independent state after a brief war between Russia and Georgia in 2008.


  17. Men's tennis travels to ITA Atlantic Regional ChampionshipsRead the original story

    Oct 16, 2014 | PressReleasePoint

    ... from the top players in the nation. Junior Roman Trkulja (Toronto, Canada) and sophomore Nika Dolidze (Tbilisi, Georgia) share the team-lead with three wins each. Sophomores Marc Collado Castells (Barcelona, Spain) and Aws Laaribi (Rye, N.Y.) each ...


  18. Russia to Pocket Abkhazia?Read the original story

    Oct 16, 2014 | EurasiaNet

    ... than it already is. The Russian military is the only outside guarantee of the region's de-facto independence from Georgia, while the Russian market provides an economic lifeline. But for all that, Abkhazia is actually serious about its claim to ...


  19. Passenger traffic in Georgia's airports increases nearly 13 %Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2014 | Trend

    Georgian airports rendered services to about 1.57 million passengers for the first 9 months of 2014, according to the Georgian Civil Aviation Agency. The figure was some 1.40 million passengers for the same period last year, which is a 12.55 percent increase.


  20. Russian Investments In Armenia Strong In All Key Sectors - EDBRead the original story

    Oct 10, 2014 | Groong

    ... is pushed through, according to Vinokurov. The North-South Road Corridor will link Central Asia and India with Iran, Georgia, Russian Federation and Europe. The corridor passes across Armenia from South to North ...