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Wednesday, March 7, 2012, #045 (2561)

NATO remains committed to “open-door policy”: Rasmussen

During his monthly press briefing at NATO headquarters, Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen insisted that “no third country… no third party, (more)

USAID Offers New Economic Opportunities To Rural Regions

On Tuesday, March 6, U.S. Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees, and Migration David M. Robinson, and USAID Mission (more)

Prosecutor’s initial report on Kimeridze released


Former Maestro founder relieved of AKA Mercedes shares


The News in Brief

"President’s Office affirms slate of projects for 2012" (more)


Aziz mosque: source of controversy

Georgian-Turkish relations of late have been exceedingly positive, with a policy of neighbourliness in place since Georgia regained its independence (more)

Press Scanner

"Rumors swirl around prospective Channel 9 staffers" (more)

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