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Former Georgian president had fair trial, Strasbourg judges rule

The Observer 23 May 2024
... granting of a pardon in 2008 to four former high-ranking officers of the interior ministry who had been convicted of killing a young man for insulting some of their colleagues in a Tbilisi cafe.
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Russian court seizes assets worth €700 million from UniCredit, Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank

The News International 18 May 2024
The logo of Deutsche Bank is seen on the roof of a building outside a Deutsche Bank branch office in Malaga. — Reuters File. Tbilisi/New York ... Ruskhimalliance asked the court to freeze up to €94.9mn-worth of the lender’s assets ... .
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Journalists covering opposition to Georgian law receive threats

Beijing News 17 May 2024
Washington - Two figures dressed in black and with their faces covered are caught on security camera vandalizing the Media Development Foundation office in the Georgian capital Tbilisi ... in Tbilisi.
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‘Georgia is now governed by Russia’: how the dream of freedom unravelled

The Guardian 17 May 2024
The last hour on the streets of the Georgian capital, Tbilisi, had been violent.
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Georgia passes ‘foreign influence’ bill despite protests

The News International 14 May 2024
TBILISI ... The US Assistant Secretary of State, James O´Brien, on Tuesday met in Tbilisi with Prime Minister Irakli Kobakhidze, whose office said each had “expressed their concerns” over recent developments in Georgia.
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Georgia passes 'foreign influence' bill despite protests

The Peninsula 14 May 2024
Tbilisi ... The US Assistant Secretary of State, James O'Brien, on Tuesday met in Tbilisi with Prime Minister Irakli Kobakhidze, whose office said each had "expressed their concerns" over recent developments in Georgia.
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Georgia parliament passes 'foreign influence' law

The New Arab 14 May 2024
The US Assistant Secretary of State, James O'Brien, on Tuesday met in Tbilisi with Georgia's Prime Minister Irakli Kobakhidze, whose office said each had "expressed their concerns" over recent developments.
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News in Pictures: May 15, 2024

The Times/The Sunday Times 14 May 2024
The volcano is the most active in Indonesia. DEVI RAHMAN/AFP ... Women Artists in Britain 1520-1920. ELLIOTT FRANKS ... Georgian law enforcement officers detain a demonstrator protesting against the “foreign influence” bill, near the parliament in Tbilisi ... UK ... .
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Georgia police accused of beating protesters against ‘foreign influence’ bill

The Observer 13 May 2024
The fresh scenes of violence on Monday morning came as hundreds of masked officers charged down demonstrators who had been attempting to block off access to the parliament in the capital, Tbilisi ... Police officers face protesters in Tbilisi, Georgia.
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Beatings, Arrests In Georgia As Protests Against Controversial Law Continue

Radio Free Europe 09 May 2024
... "foreign agents" law in Tbilisi late on May 8 ... The six are accused of attacking a police officer and damaging private property, Tbilisi police chief Sulkhan Tamazashvili told the briefing.
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Georgian Protests Over 'Foreign Agent' Bill Grow Outside Tbilisi

Radio Free Europe 07 May 2024
Meanwhile, protests continued in Tbilisi, where young people marched to the offices of ...
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‘No to the Russian law!’ Georgia protesters demand a ‘European future’

Al Jazeera 04 May 2024
Tbilisi, Georgia – Crowds of protesters have been braving tear gas and plastic bullets for more than two weeks in protest against the Georgian government’s draft law targeting civil society ... The summer heat came early to Tbilisi.
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Georgia’s PM accuses US of trying to spark ‘two revolutions’

Russia Today 04 May 2024
In February 2021, massive clashes erupted, again in Tbilisi, as Georgian police stormed the main office of the opposition United National Movement (UNM) and detained party leader Nikanor (Nika) Melia.

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In this photo provided by the International Organization for Migration, an injured person is carried on a stretcher to seek medical assistance after a landslide in Yambali village, Papua New Guinea, Friday, May 24, 2024. More than 100 people are believed to have been killed in the landslide that buried a village and an emergency response is underway, officials in the South Pacific island nation said. The landslide struck Enga province, about 600 kilometers (370 miles) northwest of the capital, Port Moresby, at roughly 3 a.m., Australian Broadcasting Corp. reported. (Benjamin Sipa/International Organization for Migration via AP)
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