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(L to R) John Durnin, EUMM Spokesperson, Chief of Press and Press Information Unit, Natia Kuprashvili, Natalia Dzvelishvili, Maia Mamulashvili and Beka Bajelidze. (Photo: IWPR)
30 Jul 16
Main regional networks team up to set best journalism standards.
(Photo: Georgia's Ministry of Defence)
19 Jul 16
Fresh cooperation with the United States gives Tbilisi the opportunity to improve its armed forces.
This is Georgia's parliament located in Kutaisi in Western Georgia. (Photo: Berdo Maghularia/Flickr)
13 Jul 16
Analysts predict a fierce struggle ahead as most voters are undecided.
The Noble Partner training exercise held recently in Georgia. (Photo: Georgian ministry of defence)
20 Jun 16
Tbilisi continues to dream, but membership remains a long way off.
Young journalists receive training in responsible reporting and countering violent extremism. (Photo: IWPR)
16 Jun 16
This key sector can play an important role in supporting rule of law and combating radicalisation.
Georgian special forces officer patrolling the Georgian border with South Ossetia. (Photo: Goga Aptsiauri)
12 May 16
People cut off by the de facto border still want to visit cemeteries on the other side.
Inguri reservoir. (Photo: Izida Chanya)
27 Apr 16
The Inguri hydroelectric power plant badly needs repairs that would put it out of action for months if not years.
Skhvilisi village in Samtskhe-Javakheti region of Georgia with Armenian population. (Photo: Samkhretis Karibche newspaper)
19 Apr 16
Tbilisi considers the possibility of mediating between the warring parties.
18 Mar 16
The transition is not working well for people in more isolated areas.
The Grand Bazaar in Tehran: the end of sanctions brings hope for economic growth. (Photo: Regina Jegorova-Askerova/IWPR Georgia)
Special Report
15 Feb 16
The Islamic Republic's re-entry into international markets may inject new life into the region’s economy.

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