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Friday, October 10 2008, #193 (1709)

Head of Border Police talks about “Government repression”

Lieutenant-General Badri Bitsadze, Head of the Border Police of Georgia, is suggesting that his department suffers repression from the Government because of his wife’s political activity. (more)

IDPs are returning home

IDPs from the Gori and Kareli regions are returning to their homes as Russian troops pull out from the villages of the “buffer zones.” (more)

We must not accept separatism, says Patriarch

Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia Ilia II believes separatism represents a great danger for the world, as he stated at an international peace forum that has opened in Tbilisi on his initiative. (more)

The News in Brief

Development of Georgia continues – President (more)


The “deficit of political common sense”

Some of the parties which form the non-Parliamentary opposition have declared that they are preparing to commemorate the first anniversary of the events of November 7, 2007, when the police brutally attacked and dispersed a large protesting crowd, with street demonstrations. (more)

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"Moscow is sure that CIS sanctions against Sokhumi are senseless" (more)

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