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OSCE delegation to visit Baku, Yerevan and Tbilisi

A group of 25 Permanent Representatives to the OSCE will be traveling to Baku, Yerevan and Tbilisi from 18 to 22 June 2018, according to a message from OSCE. "In all three countries, the ambassadors will meet with …

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Money and phones stolen from store in Tbilisi

Four young men robbed the appliance store  Beko located in the center of Tbilisi, the local media reports. The crime was committed in the shop on Vazha-Pshavela Avenue. Several minors got there in the morning, when the store was …

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Heavy rainfall causes problems in Tbilisi

Tbilisi's Akhmeteli subway access was flooded heavily while the emergency service has received calls about flooding in the basements of residential buildings in Gldani, Mukhiani and Digomi districts as well in Georgia. On several …

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Zviad Kuprava sentenced to 14 days in prison

In Tbilisi, the court sentenced Zviad Kuprava and three other persons who were detained during rallies in the center of the city to 14 days of imprisonment. Today, the authorities detained four protesters, including the organizer of the …

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Kobakhidze and Gakhariya discuss rallies in Tbilisi

Speaker of the Georgian Parliament Irakli Kobahidze met with Interior Minister Georgy Gakhary. According to the local media, the topic of the discussion was the events on Rustaveli Avenue in the center of Tbilisi, Georgia Online reports. …

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Tbilisi metro workers plan to end strike

Train drivers demanding a 45% salary raise have ended their two-day strike in Tbilisi as talks with the city mayor’s office have come to fruition. Their salaries are expected to be increased from January 2019, Tbilisi Mayor …

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New "maidan" in Georgia: metro on strike

Tbilisi metro drivers have been on strike since this morning, demanding an increase in wages. The strike was organized by the Ertoba 2013 metro drivers' union. In turn, the mayor of Georgia's capital Kakha Kaladze …

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Rustaveli Avenue closed by Tbilisi protesters

Hundreds of people gathered again in the Georgian capital for a fourth night of antigovernment rallies yesterday. On June 3, the leader of the protest movement, Zaza Saralidze, appeared and vowed to stand by the …

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Protests against the government resume in Tbilisi

A rally by thousands of protesters demanding the resignation of Georgia's government ended in the early hours of the morning on June 2, but organizers said the demonstration would resume later in the evening, RFE/RL reports. Zaza …

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Pashinyan arrives in Tbilisi

Armenia's Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has started a two-day visit to Georgia today. The Armenian delegation led by the PM was welcomed by Georgia's Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs …

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Enguri HPP breaks down in Georgia

There was an accident at the Enguri hydroelectric power plant in Georgia yesterday, as a result of which the country had to urgently buy electricity from Russia, Turkey and Armenia. After the accident, residents of several …

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Head of European Commission to visit Tbilisi

The head of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, will visit Tbilisi next week. This is stated in the preliminary program of the European Commission events for the next week. The purpose of the visit is to participate in a …

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Fallen bicyclist rescued in Tbilisi

Georgian rescuers helped a bicyclist injured in the vicinity of Kojori village in the suburbs of Tbilisi, the Emergency Management Agency of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia reports. The rescuers received a call that the …

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