Society
“Ebola Scare” in Tbilisi - Passenger Incident Highlights Racism and Xenophobia in Georgia
30 October, 2014
Writer LELA KODALASHVILI described on her Facebook a report in which she witnessed the oppression of a black man. We contacted her requesting some details
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How “Chacho” was born – A Hummer built the Georgian way
30 October, 2014
Any guest visiting the village of Magharo, in the Sighnaghi region, will be introduced to its main sight and source of pride, a car named “Chacho.”
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Tbilisi, the city of open sewers and missing metal
30 October, 2014
Due to the fact that I largely move about the city on foot, any novelties quickly catch my eye. Unfortunately, novelties that have been catching my eye lately are largely negative
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Stalin’s contentious great-grandson you never heard about
30 October, 2014
Stalin’s descendant, IAKOB JUGASHVILI, agreed to tell us about his great-grandfather:
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“But the land… it remains” - When there is not a wall, but barbed wire, is it less painful?
30 October, 2014
The Berlin wall - one hundred miles of impenetrable concrete slab - crowned with razor-sharp barbed wire and imposing guard towers was a hundred-mile separation barrier.
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“Ebola is only several kilometers away” – Exclusive
30 October, 2014
For several years now, some 20 Georgians have been living and working in Kinshasa, capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Former military pilots
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‘We do not want to take up arms’ – Confrontation between Christians and Muslims in the village of Mokhe
29 October, 2014
A building in the center of a village named Mokhe became a reason for a conflict between local Christians and Muslims. Municipal administration has recently decided to turn
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'I died long before that...' - Maka Chichua's speech against femicide
29 October, 2014
Many well-known Georgian women have united in a protest against femicide – Maka Chichua, Tea Tsulukiani, Natia Panjikidze, Maia Panjikidze, Eka Tkeshelashvili, Nino Sukhishvili
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“Mortally Wounded Women” - Georgian Foreign Minister to participate in a performance
28 October, 2014
Maia Panjikidze, Minister of Foreign Affairs, along with her deputy Tamar Beruchashvili will take part in a performance named “Mortally Wounded Women”, held in Marjanishvili Theater.
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