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Georgia's prime minister resigns from office

Anadolu Agency 29 Jan 2024
Today, I am leaving the post of prime minister," Garibashvili said in a briefing in the capital Tbilisi. Garibashvili, who had been in office for five years in two separate terms, said he was offered ...
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Former Chelsea player Rati Aleksidze arrested in Germany for ‘gang-related investment fraud’

Yahoo Daily News 19 Dec 2023
“In recent years, the Bavarian Central Office for the Prosecution of Cybercrime has worked very closely with the Office of the Prosecutor General in Tbilisi on several complex investigations regarding ...
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US-based network manages pro-Navalny troll farm – investigation

Russia Today 16 Nov 2023
... It also has an office in Ukraine ... According to SVTV, the Reforum network has had some 200 paid online commentators, working from multiple offices in Vilnius, Lithuania and Tbilisi, Georgia.
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US-based NGO confirms running Russian opposition troll farm

Russia Today 16 Nov 2023
The organization, however, denies links to Alexey Navalny’s FBK and that it used network to target rival Russian opposition groups ... Online commenters apparently work from multiple offices in Vilnius, Lithuania and Tbilisi, Georgia ... .
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Mercyhurst expert explains the danger disinformation poses to democracy in the digital age

GoErie 01 Nov 2023
In early October, I traveled to Tbilisi, Georgia, to address 150 Georgian, NATO, and Ukrainian military officers on the threat to liberal democracies posed by Russian disinformation.
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Turkish Foreign Ministry remains proactive actor on centennial of Türkiye's founding

Anadolu Agency 23 Oct 2023
In addition to Baku, the Ankara government expanded its diplomatic network by opening representative offices in Moscow, Kabul, Rome, Tbilisi and Berlin in 1920, Sofia and Paris in 1921 and The Hague in 1922.
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Georgian Parliament Debates President’s Impeachment Over Visits To EU Countries

Radio Free Europe 18 Oct 2023
Despite its overwhelmingly pro-Western population, Georgian Dream has sought closer economic relations with Moscow while railing at Brussels, which has warned the government in Tbilisi about “setbacks” in upholding the rule of law and human rights.
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Radisson Hotel Group opens first Radisson RED in Eastern Europe in the heart of historic ...

TravelDailyNews 11 Sep 2023
Situated in a 100-year-old former post office building on the iconic Davit Aghmashenebeli Avenue, Radisson RED Tbilisi blends culture, history, and contemporary design ... The new Radisson RED Tbilisi’s ...
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Revenue Service Seizes 9.3 Kg Of Ketamine From Ukrainian Citizen At Tbilisi Airport

MENA FN 23 Aug 2023
(menafn - azernews) customs officers of the georgian revenue service seized 9.3 kilograms of ketamine from a ukrainian citizen at the tbilisi international airport in georgia's capital, the body ... .
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Targeted in Tbilisi: Advocate for Israel-Georgia ties survives assassination attempts

The Jerusalem Post 15 Aug 2023
... past year in his hometown of Tbilisi, the capital of the Caucasian Republic of Georgia ... Moshe said the assassination attempts occurred outside Beit Israel’s office on the main street of Tbilisi.
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Protesters Detained in Batumi While Rallying Against Arrival of Astoria Grande - Reports

Urdu Point 31 Jul 2023
TBILISI (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 31st July, 2023) Georgian law enforcement officers have detained several protesters near the port of Batumi in Georgia, where a ...
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Tbilisi Pride festival canceled after violent anti-LGBTQ protests

Yahoo Daily News 09 Jul 2023
A Pride festival was canceled in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi on Saturday by organizers who say authorities failed to prevent violent disruptions from Russian-affiliated far-right groups ... Tbilisi ...
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Pogroms, riots and a bonfire of rainbow flags: an LGBT festival was disrupted in Tbilisi

The Eastern Herald 08 Jul 2023
He was referring to events in the summer of 2021, when protesters as part of Tbilisi Pride destroyed the office of LGBT activists in the Georgian capital and attacked journalists who had gathered to cover the action.
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