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Georgian Press Review (October 16-22)

Footage of torture in order to obtain the necessary evidence has led to a series of attacks on the offices of the United National Movement in various parts of Georgia

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Khidasheli denies Georgian war crimes in 2008

Georgian Defense Minister Tina Khidasheli has made a statement that the army of the republic didn’t commit war crimes during the conflict in August 2008 and fully supported the report ‘Under ...

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Could Russia and the West collide in the Caucasus?

As Ukrainian conflict worsening, the confrontation between Russia and the West is also enhanced. The center of this dispute can be transferred from the Ukraine to the Caucasus: Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan, …

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Events of August 2008. 7 years later

Seven years have passed after the tragic events in August 2008. Then, on the night of the 8th of August 8 in 2008, Georgia fired from multiple rocket launchers Grad on South Ossetia. Georgian troops attacked the …

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Will Russia respond to Georgia's sanctions?

Russia may take retaliatory measures against the seven countries that have backed EU sanctions, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said. Except for Montenegro and Albania, as well as Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein, Ukraine and …

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What hides behind US activity in Baku?

Unlike its neighbors, financially more prosperous Azerbaijan has managed to preserve a bigger space for diplomatic maneuver, declaring itself a non-aligned state

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Saakashvili advised to return to his dreamlike forest

Another protest against the policy of the governor of the Odessa region, Mikheil Saakashvili, was held in Odessa. The activists of the public movement 'Odessa for a free port!' sent a big balloon, depicting Saakashvili with a tie in his mouth, into the sky.

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