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Glaciers to be monitored using UAVs in western Georgia

Georgia’s National Environment Agency and Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University are launching a new project to monitor glaciers using unmanned aerial vehicles. Within the project, glaciers in the basin of two rivers, Enguri …

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282 snakes caught in Tbilisi this year

In the current year, the Animal Monitoring Agency has caught 282 snakes. None of them were venomous, InterPressNews reported. Head of Animal Monitoring Agency Temur Pkhaladze said that there had not been a …

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US Army Chief of Staff visits Georgia

United States Army Chief of Staff Mark Milley is paying a two-day working visit to Georgia. Georgia's military officials greeted US Army Chief of Staff Mark Milley at Tbilisi International Airport. Having …

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 Tbilisi's new metro station to open in one month

The new 23rd 'University'metro station is scheduled to open in Tbilisi in early September 2017, Sputnik Georgia reported. It be located near Tbilisi State University’s Maglivi X building on University street. The new …

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US tanks moving to Tbilisi

US military equipment is heading to Tbilisi through western Georgia to take part in Noble Partner 2017 exercises, Georgia's channel One reported. About 2,800 soldiers from the United States, Britain, Germany, Turkey, Ukraine, …

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Unknown ‘mined’  Rustavi 2

A telephone terrorist reported that the building of the rating opposition TV company Rustavi 2 was mined. Police, firefighters and ambulance arrived on the scene. However, it soon became clear that the alarm turned out to be …

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Fire in Georgia's Rustavi 2 TV building extinguished

Fire in the broadcasting company Rustavi 2 has been completely extinguished, Emergency Management Agency of Georgia’s Ministry of Internal Affairs said. A fire that broke out in the warehouse of Rustavi 2 erupted about 40-45 …

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Tbilisi’s Vake Park to become cultural heritage site

Georgia’s capital of Tbilisi will soon have one of the biggest recreational zones after its two major green spaces, Vake Park and Turtle Lake, will be merged. Tbilisi City Hall said that after increasing the territory of Vake Park …

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Tariffs for consumption of gas increased in Georgia

In Tbilisi the tariff for the consumption of natural gas will increase by 0.5 tetri and in the regions - by 11 tetri. More specifically, the tariff for consumption of 1 cubic meter in Tbilisi will be 46.153 tetri and in the regions …

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 NATO exercises in Georgia start on July 30

NATO's multinational military exercise 'Noble Partner - 2017' will start in Georgia on July 30 and last until August 12. The exercises at the military base in Vaziani near Tbilisi will be joined by the armed forces of eight countries …

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'Georgian march' to be held in Tbilisi

A demonstration in protest of illegal actions of illegal immigrants living in the country, called 'march of Georgians', will be held in the center of Tbilisi today, one of the organizers, journalist of the Asaval-dasavali newspaper …

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Poroshenko to arrive in Tbilisi

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko will visit Georgia next week, Ukraine's Deputy Head of Presidential Administration Konstantin Yeliseyev said, stressing that the visit will be held on July 17-19. …

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Construction of Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway suspended

Turkey has suspended construction work on its section of the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway (BTK) despite the promise given by the country's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to complete its construction until the end of the summer. …

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