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Nino Chipchiuri accepts her award at the January 20 ceremony. (Photo: IWPR Georgia)
12 Feb 16
Award recognises reporting that promotes peaceful solutions to conflict.
Mosque in Duisi in the Pankisi Gorge. (Photo: Onnik Krikorian)
Photo Essay
8 Feb 16
Tbilisi rubbishes Russian claims that jihadists have set up training bases within the country.
Abandoned houses are a common sight in the highland village of Mravaldzali. (Photo: Aleksandre Gachechiladze)
25 Jan 16
State hopes that incentives will stem the flow of people leaving isolated parts of the country.
Officials, NGO workers and migration activists came together for the IWPR round-table in Zugdidi. (Photo: Alexander Keshelashvili)
25 Jan 16
A lack of coordination means that tens of thousands of people have yet to be rehoused, despite numerous assistance programmes.
Young Georgians show opposition to early marriage, central Tbilisi, November 25, 2015. (Photo: Anano Beriashvili)
7 Dec 15
Parliament bans marriage for under-18s except with court’s assent, but rights activists say this won’t be enough to effect change.
Georgians are thinner on the ground than anyone thought. (Photo: Regina Jegorova-Askerova)
19 Nov 15
Latest census shows big drop in population, not picked up by previous flawed data collection.
One of many buildings damaged in the August 2008 conflict. (Photo: Leli Blagonravova)
Special Report
3 Nov 15
Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda says there are reasonable grounds to look into crimes allegedly committed during 2008 conflict.
29 Oct 15
Last call for submissions – deadline Monday, November 2.
A rally in Tbilisi in support of greater female participation in politics, spring 2015. (Photo: Regina Jegorova-Askerova)
27 Oct 15
Politicians seem prepared to consider a measure that would guarantee women a quarter of seats in the legislature.
27 Oct 15
Government accused of trying to silence major broadcaster.

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