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Calls for convicted killer to be handed over to serve sentence.
Illegal fencing still being used to encroach on Georgian-held land.
Small-scale producers await emergency government measures.
The Covid-19 quarantine means many lack access to basic services.
Thousands working in Poland suddenly find themselves without jobs and homeless.
11 May 15
Cross-border railway could tie region into trade with Europe, but there's been little discussion of it locally.
11 May 15
New programme will only help a limited number of young people with autism.
13 Apr 15
Locals call for more action to be taken to reduce pollution.
8 Apr 15
Opinion poll shows ruling bloc less popular than before, but some say it’s normal to tire of a government after a couple of years
3 Apr 15
Many hold foreign passports, and recent changes in the law make them feel like strangers in their own land.
27 Mar 15
Government uneasy about its predecessor's free-for-all approach to attracting investment.
21 Mar 15
Despite legislative reform, women are still underrepresented in a “macho” world.
25 Feb 15
Kiev has enlisted Saakashvili-era officials to help carry out badly-needed reforms.
17 Feb 15
Limited post-release support makes it hard for offenders to get back on the straight and narrow.
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