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Monday, August 16, 2010, #156 (2171)

Moscow slams US report on Terrorism on Georgia

US State Department report on terrorism for 2009 published on August 5 has become a matter of concern for Russia, which stated that state (more)

TSU Rector resigns amidst book theft scandal

Rector of Tbilisi State University (TSU) Gia Khubua made a statement concerning his resignation last Friday, August 13. (more)

Evicted IDP continues Protest

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Presentation of constitutional changes at Ilia State University

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"Illia the Second Each Person Has a Cross to Bear" (more)

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Russian missiles in Abkhazia: threat to peace

After the controversial visit of Russian president Medvedev to its occupied territory of Abkhazia in Georgia, Moscow officially admitted the deployment of S300 anti-aircraft missile devices on Abkhazia's territory. (more)

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"No war threat" (more)
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Cuisine: The blend of Georgian taste and odour

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Traditions: Georgia's Traditional Vessels

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History: Unification of the Georgian Statehood

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