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LGBTQ Georgians fear Russia-style crackdown

Guam Pacific Daily News 07 Jun 2024
Tbilisi Pride was attacked in 2023 ... Across the street, in the small office of LGBTQ rights group Tbilisi Pride, co-founder Mariam Kvaratskhelia listed off a string of awareness campaigns and drag events they've been able to stage in recent years.
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Opponents Of Georgia's 'Foreign Agent' Law Accuse Government Of Targeting Them In Campaign Of Intimidation

Radio Free Europe 06 Jun 2024
TBILISI -- Early in May, veteran investigative journalist Nino Zuriashvili arrived at the office of the news outlet she runs, Studio Monitori, to find the building vandalized ... partners, bodes a disorientating new direction for the country ... SEE ALSO.
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Georgia speaker signs embattled ‘Russian law’

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 04 Jun 2024
Over the weekend, the opposition United National Movement said a crowd of masked men attacked its central offices in Tbilisi, smashing windows and damaging property ... Tbilisi cut diplomatic ties with ...
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Georgia parliament speaker signs foreign influence bill into law

Arab Times 03 Jun 2024
A demonstrator argues with police officers during an opposition protest against the foreign influence bill at the Parliamentary building in Tbilisi, Georgia on May 28. (AP). TBILISI, Georgia, June 3, (AP) ... ....
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Georgia’s parliament speaker signs a divisive foreign influence bill into law

Wtop 03 Jun 2024
TBILISI, Georgia (AP) — The ... Over the weekend, the opposition United National Movement said that a crowd of masked men attacked its central offices in Tbilisi, smashing windows and damaging property.
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Parliament speaker in Georgia signs into law a bill that critics say curbs media freedom

North Shore News 03 Jun 2024
TBILISI, Georgia (AP) — The speaker ... Over the weekend, the opposition United National Movement said a crowd of masked men attacked its central offices in Tbilisi, smashing windows and damaging property.
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Opponents Of Georgia's 'Foreign Agent' Law Gather For Fund-Raising Rally

Radio Free Europe 02 Jun 2024
Georgia's opposition United National Movement said on June 1 that its offices in Tbilisi were attacked overnight by dozens of masked men, with glass broken and equipment damaged.
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Georgian Opposition Party Reports Attack On Tbilisi Offices

Radio Free Europe 01 Jun 2024
Georgia's opposition United National Movement said its offices in Tbilisi were attacked overnight by dozens of masked men, with ...
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APTOPIX Georgia Divisive Law

Citrus County Chronicle 28 May 2024
A demonstrator argues with police officers during an ...
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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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FILE - In this photo released by Russian Defense Ministry Press Service on Friday, Feb. 2, 2024, Russian troops load an Iskander missile onto a mobile launcher during drills at an undisclosed location in Russia. The world's nine nuclear-armed states continue to modernize their nuclear weapons as the countries deepened their reliance on such deterrence in 2023, a Swedish think tank said Monday June 17, 2024.
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