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Wednesday, April 10, 2013, #067 (2836)

Georgia commemorates fallen heroes

On April 9, 1989, Soviet armed forces dispersed a peaceful demonstration where protesters demanded Georgia's independence on Rustaveli Avenue. (more)

Free books for 650, 000 students

For the 2013-2014 school year, the Ministry of Education and Science will supply 2,084 schools and around 650, 000 students with free textbooks. (more)

Tsulukiani: President might be questioned


The Executive Vice-President of the Atlantic Council visits Georgia


The News in Brief

"Georgian, Turkish Presidents Meet in Ankara" (more)


Problems of territorial arrangement of the country

The current Georgian government plans to carry out rapid reform of the local self-governments so that the local self-government elections in 2014 ... (more)

Press Scanner

"European Parliament continues evaluating Georgia" (more)

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