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Georgian president Giorgi Margvelashvili (left) on Tbilisi's Europe Square. (Photo: Georgian  president's website)
24 Apr 14
As interior minister claims opposition wants to copy Ukraine unrest, a pro-Moscow movement grows.
10 Apr 14
Critics of an already cautious scheme warn that allowing outsiders to buy homes carries unseen risks.
Protesters want to save a Tbilisi park from redevelopment. (Photo: Yana Israelyan)
1 Apr 14
Protesters want city leaders to deny planning permission for seven-storey hotel.
Georgian parliament in session. (Photo: Akhali Gazeti)
7 Mar 14
Damning resolution still falls short of call for sanctions, as politicians weigh dangers for Georgia itself.
Georgian health minister David Sergeenko. (Photo: Georgian health ministry website)
4 Mar 14
Regulations aim to clamp down on illegal trade and stop people devising their own cures.
Anna Arganashvili of the Partnership for Human Rights in Georgia. (Photo courtesy of A. Arganashvili)
24 Feb 14
Policy shift towards community care has not extended to children with disabilities.
Children play on the stairs in the Bagebi dormitory; they have no other place to go. (Photo: Mark Rafaelov)
Photo Essay
24 Feb 14
What was meant as temporary refuge has become home to people who fled Abkhazia two decades ago.


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