NEWS
13 Scientific Reasons To Drink Coffee
02 October, 2014
Coffee is actually very healthy. It is loaded with antioxidants and beneficial nutrients that can improve your health.
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The Dancing Traffic Light makes crossing road fun
02 October, 2014
Traditionally, traffic stops are some of the most dangerous spots where pedestrians could get hurt from ongoing traffic, especially if they are not paying attention to the crosswalk lights.
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10 alternative Georgian bands you need to listen to
02 October, 2014
Kung Fu Junkie

Kung Fu Junkie is a pop electronic circus of happy sad Chinese robots, urban Shaolin
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“Tbilisi reminds me of Geneva” – Rusudan Petviashvili
02 October, 2014
“Everyone is surprised whenever Geneva is compared to Tbilisi, since Geneva has a lake in the middle, but its landscape is mountainous, just like Tbilisi’s. This city also reminds
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Will clean energy pollute Georgian prosperity?
02 October, 2014
Georgia must tailor its energy policy to the refreshed international focus on cleaner energy policy. This trend took a new and bigger start at the recent UN Summit
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Paltry fuel price drop reveals monopolies in Georgia
02 October, 2014
Five leading oil product importer and distributor companies make up 95 percent of Georgian market. These include the Azeri state-based Socar, Wissol importing
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The Inspiring Story of Georgia’s Malala
02 October, 2014
In the village of Duisi, located in Pankisi Gorge, a man attacked his sister with a knife. 33-year-old Rusudan Khangoshvili was stabbed seven times in her back.
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“We were exchanged for other prisoners, both living and dead”
02 October, 2014
“We were holed up near a school in Luhansk. A bomb shell-shocked us, and when I came to my senses, I found myself at a Russian outpost. ‘Don’t worry, we won’t kill you’
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“I hope that I’ll be able to celebrate my 90th jubilee in Georgia” - Maya Plisetskya
02 October, 2014
The 24th of September became engraved into Georgia’s recent cultural history with golden letters – this was the day when “Béjart Ballet Lausanne” by Maurice Béjart
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“Maybe this was a ‘rehearsal’ of Scottish independence”
02 October, 2014
Scotland remains in Great Britain’s fold. According to the referendum, 55 percent of Scots voted to stay with the UK, while 45 percent voted for independence.
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Car Re-export Biz Slowly Dying, While Unemployment is Growing
02 October, 2014
From the 1st of September, the customs duty was lifted on cars imported from the EU, in accordance with the Association Agreement and Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement.
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4,400-Year-Old mystery of Ananauri Barrow
02 October, 2014
The international community’s interest has once again turned towards Georgia – this time due to the results of an archeological excavation conducted two years ago.
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Mild Disagreements & Deadly Contradictions
02 October, 2014
Now that it seems that we have peacefully gotten over the swords unsheathed and daggers drawn in the highest echelons of the Georgian government, the desire to look deeper
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Alasania's gamble or diplomatic fumble?
02 October, 2014
As Foreign Policy reported Tbilisi offered the US to train on Georgia territory Syrian rebels who are fighting against the ‘Islamic State.’ The publication claimed the information
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Giants in Georgia? And we don’t mean Zaza Pachulia...
02 October, 2014
Two months ago a research group sent by Discovery Channel arrived in Georgia with the purpose of investigating, together with Georgian scientists and volunteers, a peculiar find
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Victory would be impossible without Bidzina Ivanishvili - Irakli Gharibashvili
01 October, 2014
The Georgian people chose life without fear on October 1, - Georgia’s PM Irakli Gharibashvili stated at the government chancellery. He addressed our society in relation to the second
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Microsoft unveils Windows 10 with Start Menu
01 October, 2014
Microsoft has disclosed the first details of Windows 10 - its next operating system (OS), BBC reports.
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William Lahiu thinks Georgia is not ready to become a NATO member yet
01 October, 2014
As Head of NATO Liaison Office in Georgia William Lahiu said, Georgia is not ready to become a NATO member yet.
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The Close-Knit World of Georgian Filmmaking Emerges From Obscurity - The Wall Street Journal
01 October, 2014
"The story of Georgian cinema stretches back more than a century and is filled with remarkable achievements, from silent films featuring stunning landscapes and dynamic editing
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First Ebola case diagnosed in the US
01 October, 2014
The first case of the deadly Ebola virus diagnosed on US soil has been confirmed in Dallas, Texas BBC reports.
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Allow easy dual citizenship
30 September, 2014
As I was told, Zura Adeishvili sat at his computer meeting with Nino Burjanadze who a week before had stepped down as president to become speaker of parliament.
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Giorgi Margvelashvili invited to Davos World Economic Forum
30 September, 2014
Head of the World Economic Forum, Professor Claus Schwab has invited Georgia’s President Giorgi Margvelashvili to the World Economic Forum in Davos
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Natural disaster in Guria – Flooded villages and collapsed bridge
30 September, 2014
As a result of a strong rainstorm in Ozurgeti municipality, Bzhuzhi River broke through its banks and flooded nearby settlements.
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Georgia on 1st place among Eastern Partnership countries according to Media Freedom Index
30 September, 2014
Georgia has been ranked first among Eastern Partnership countries according to the media freedom index.
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A ship and its crew rescued by Coast Guard in Batumi
30 September, 2014
Operatives of Georgian MIA’s Coast Guard Department have rescued a ship and its crew that got caught in a powerful storm.
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Baby Clinton leaves hospital
30 September, 2014
Chelsea Clinton has left a New York hospital with her baby daughter, Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky, BBC reports.
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Red alert in southern France as heavy rains sweep Languedoc region
30 September, 2014
One thousand firefighters have been mobilised and sent to the Languedoc region in southern France where heavy rains have caused widespread flooding
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Editor's Choice
02 October, 2014
It is a land far away from civilization, hidden from the outside world. Nowhere else in Georgia will you find a place which feels so mysterious, unique and magical—a place where
 
02 October, 2014
Chanakhi is an eastern dish, very popular in Caucasus region. It is cooked differently in Azerbaijan, Armenia and Georgia. Georgians cook it with mutton, sweet pepper, tomatoes
 
25 September, 2014
Tsuna and Tsrutsuna

If the most famous mouse in the world is Mickey Mouse, here in Georgia
 
24 September, 2014
Popular TV series “My Wife’s Friends” returns on the 15th of October. Episodes of the series’ sixth season will now air 3 times a week. Music in the series’ trademark opening was changed.
 
25 September, 2014
“Tbilisi resembles many cities, but it is still distinct and unique, and thus I can’t compare it to anything. It is a bit hard for me to say this, but sometimes, when the weather
 
19 September, 2014
The National Geographic reports from Svaneti region of Georgia describing the way Svanetians live and their traditions dating centuries back.
 
17 September, 2014
“This Georgian folk song will entrance you” – was the title for a news report by a well-known internet newspaper The Huffington Post on a song “Apareka” by “Mandili”
 
20 September, 2014
The New York Times reports about the former President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili and his way of life in the US.
 
18 September, 2014
In a way that only he can, former Prime Minister and Georgian Billionaire Bidzina Ivanishvili gives an account of the brooding conflict between Georgia’s elected
 
11 September, 2014
Tbiliseli like to drink and like to party. This is a simple fact. While Georgians in general like to enjoy their homemade Odessa and Saperavi grapes, their spicy pepper
 
08 September, 2014
A law that sets a 150 GEL fine for drinking alcohol in public has recently become a reason for several late evening incidents between the police and youngsters, as a result of which a few people got fined.
 
30 August, 2014
A video guide to making “Acharuli khachapuri” was published by well-known American newspaper, the “Washington Post” web-site. The video is accompanied by a description
 
06 August, 2014
Ana Akhvlediani was selected by Dolce & Gabbana’s casting. The gorgeous Georgian model was chosen from among 500 girls
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