Society
One cake shared by 5 former Healthcare Ministers of Georgia
20 September, 2014
“Ex-Fathers” of Georgian Healthcare System cut and shared a single cake. An evening dedicated to a 20-year anniversary of “Curatio” fund was attended by five former Ministers
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World media covers elephant's surgery in Tbilisi zoo
19 September, 2014
Grand the elephant has successfully undergone surgery to remove a portion of infected tusk at Tbilisi Zoo in Georgia, Associated Press reports.
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Elephant Grand gets up after difficult surgery in Tbilisi Zoo
19 September, 2014
One of Tbilisi Zoo’s denizens, an elephant named Grand, feels healthy again. After a very difficult surgery and narcotic sleep, the elephant regained consciousness and got up.
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Abkhazian youths support Scotland with a flashmob
18 September, 2014
A referendum on independence is being held in Scotland today, on the 18th of September.
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Service in Georgia – What rights do the consumers have?
18 September, 2014
The European Union, which includes over 500 million consumers, considers that for the market to develop, it is necessary for it to win the consumers’ trust.
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Street Children in Georgia
18 September, 2014
Lately, upon coming to work, I’ve been noticing a well-dressed, well-groomed little girl who followed people passing by a certain church, begging them for money.
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“For me, being Georgian is a religion” – Bayar Shahin
18 September, 2014
A few days ago, a pig’s head was hung in the doorway of a madrasa that is currently under construction in Kobuleti. Bayar Shahin, an ethnic Georgian singer
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Nika Alasania's military oath attended by his parents
17 September, 2014
Seventy-two new recruits have recently joined Georgian Armed Forces, and among them was Nika Alasania, son of Irakli Alasania, Minister of Defense.
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So-called gypsy market destroyed by a fire in Tbilisi
16 September, 2014
The so-called gypsy market was destroyed by a fire in Tbilisi. According to Emergency Situations Department, 2500 m2 of stalls have been consumed by the blaze
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How Tbilisians react to a beggar getting robbed
16 September, 2014
How do Tbilisian passers-by react when a beggar is robbed in front of them?
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The New York Times reports about Georgian movies in the article titled “Independent Nation With Films to Match”.
A premiere of a docudrama “Who killed Ilia” was held at “Amirani” movie theatre. The movie was shot using the archives of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and tells about murder of famous Georgian writer Ilia Chavchavadze and his last journey to Saguramo.
The Financial Times reports about “a renaissance in Georgian winemaking”.
“Ex-Fathers” of Georgian Healthcare System cut and shared a single cake. An evening dedicated to a 20-year anniversary of “Curatio” fund was attended by five former Ministers
The New York Times reports about the former President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili and his way of life in the US.
“My emotions should weather these hits” – said Giorgi Margvelashvili, President of Georgia, at a talk show “Reaction” by “Imedi TV”.
Property of Mikheil Saakashvili and his family has been seized. A decision on seizure of property of former President and his family was initially made by Tbilisi City Court judge Arsen Kalatozishvili on 29 August.
The first person to buy an iPhone 6 in Perth, Australia, immediately dropped it onto a concrete floor on live TV
Grand the elephant has successfully undergone surgery to remove a portion of infected tusk at Tbilisi Zoo in Georgia, Associated Press reports.
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