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Natia Kuprashvili

Natia Kuprashvili

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Georgian NGO activists stage a protest against a new fence put up in in the village of Dvani to mark territory claimed by South Ossetia. Picture taken October 1, 2013. (Photo: Goga Aptsiauri)
Natia Kuprashvili
1 Oct 13
Russian forces draw new line around South Ossetia in barbed wire.
Houses in the village of Dranda built for Abkhaz refugees from Syria: (Photo: Nizfa Arshba)
Natia Kuprashvili, Nizfa Arshba
29 Aug 13
Five hundred diaspora members have arrived so far.
Khatia Dekanoidze, the new head of Georgia’s school exam board. (Photo: Robert Churgulia)
Natia Kuprashvili
27 Jun 12
Officials argue new exam system is more straightforward, while critics say it makes passing too easy.
Natia Kuprashvili
28 May 12
Short work-placement scheme will do little to assuage students’ hunger for jobs to pay for their studies, critics say.
Critics of new hydroelectric dam projects argue that there are lessons to be learned from the Jinvali scheme, northeast of Tbilisi. (Photo: Tamar Tabatadze)
Natia Kuprashvili
5 Mar 12
Officials say hydroelectric schemes vital to economic development, but critics argue environmental and human costs are too high.
Natia Kuprashvili
21 Oct 11
IWPR story found that owing to hurried nature of changes, children’s conditions had often worsened.
Natia Kuprashvili
21 Oct 11
IWPR story found that owing to hurried nature of changes, children’s conditions had often worsened.
Natia Kuprashvili
14 Oct 11
Parliamentary committee takes fresh look at new fostering system.
Rezo Getiashvili of the Caucasus Environmental NGO Network. (Photo: Mirian Koridze)
Natia Kuprashvili
10 Oct 11
Deregulation will bring in plenty of cash from foreign hunters, but already endangered species will be on offer.
Batumi is a major port on the Black Sea but many Georgian sailors venture much further onto the high seas. (Photo: Giorgi Kupatadze)
Natia Kuprashvili
16 Sep 11

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