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Friday, January 23, 2015, #015 (3293)

Why was Vazagashvili killed?

Iuri Vazagashvili, who was killed by an explosion of a bomb planted next to his son’s grave on January 20, should have met a key witness in his son Zurab Vazagashvili’s murder case when back from the village the same evening. (more)

Rosneft now owns 49% of Poti Oil Terminal

Businessman David Iakobashvili, who sold his share of the Poti Oil Terminal to the Russian company Rosneft, says the Georgian government cannot have any issues with the deal, as it was in accordance with the law. (more)

Georgian PM urges backing for Tbilisi Silk Road Forum


President’s annual speech postponed


ICC Georgia General Assembly


The News in Brief

"President Margvelashvili provided aid to 1,123 needy children in 2014" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

Government faces tough domestic and foreign challenges

Based on the calculations of the current government and its former leader Bidzina Ivanishvili, 2015 should be a year of economic and political advancement, significantly better compared to its preceding years. (more)

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