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1 hr ago | Warsaw Business Journal
With people still protesting on the streets of Kiev over an abandoned plan to sign a free trade agreement with the EU, politicians in Poland and the EU mull the next step Following the failure of Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych to sign the Association Agreement with the EU at a summit in Vilnius, the people of Ukraine hundreds of thousands of ... (more)
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5 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
Within project on water supply improvement in Georgia , Asian Development Bank approved tranche of $98 million for the country.
5 hrs ago | EurasiaNet
A Georgian Orthodox monk uses a cell phone near the mining town of Chiatura in July 2010.
7 hrs ago | EurasiaNet
Georgia's ex-President Mikheil Saakashvili is still in business doing two things he likes most - making speeches at protests and fighting his nemesis, Russia's President Vladimir Putin.
11 hrs ago | Trend
Azerbaijani delegation headed by the Azerbaijani Minister of Energy Natig Aliyev will participate in the opening ceremony of the Akhaltsikhe substation and high voltage power lines part of the Black Sea transmission network project in Georgia on Dec.11, according to a message published by the Azerbaijani Ministry of Energy on Dec.9. The delegation ... (more)
14 hrs ago | Trend
By Nana Kirtskhalia - Trend: Tbilisi, Georgia, Dec. 9, 2013: U.S. President Barack Obama sent a letter to Georgian former Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili.
14 hrs ago | Trend
By Nana Kirtzkhalia -Trend: Tbilisi, Georgia, Dec.9, 2013: Georgian Defence Minister Irakli Alasania met with his Israeli counterpart Moshe Yaalon.
14 hrs ago | Weekday Magazine
The Tbilisi city court has sent detained former Deputy Prosecutor-General Davit Chkhatarshvili to pretrial detention.
Plus, Georgian exports to Russia rebound after embargo ends, and Bosnian Serbs consider how to commemorate the centenary of World War I. The six men, arrested 6 November in Pristina and Gjilan, are reported to be members of a Muslim extremist group, the Muslim Believers of Tawhid and Jihad in Kosovo.
Plus, a dwindling number of marchers in Moscow demand the release of political prisoners, and Uzbekistan's first daughter runs into legal trouble at home.
Ukraine's opposition is seeking to bring one million people onto the streets of the capital today to crank up the pressure on President Viktor Yanukovych after his U-turn away from a European integration accord.
Former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili and ex-Moldovan Prime Minister Vlad Filat have spoken in Kyiv in support of the tens of thousands of demonstrators demanding closer ties to the European Union.
Plus, Romania's ethnic Hungarians march for greater autonomy and Bosnian Muslims stage a sleep-in protest over school curricula.
On Dec. 2-6, the average price on AZERI LT, exported from Azerbaijan via the Ceyhan, Batumi and Supsa ports to Italian Augusta port, was $114.98 per barrel or $1.4 more compared to the previous week.
Tbilisi will host a final conference on the Vilnius summit titled "Eastern Partnership - the way after Vilnius summit" on Dec.10.
In troubled Abkhazia, just across the border from Sochi, poverty is rampant and futures uncertain-but the tiny ballerinas of the territory's only dance school still have dreams of the big stage.