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Friday, April 10, 2015, #070 (3348)

Georgia commemorates April 9 tragedy

Georgian officials and ordinary citizens marked the 26th anniversary of April 9, a tragic day when peaceful Georgian demonstrators became victims of Russian troops. (more)

Sakdrisi gold-mine controversy continues

According to the United National Movement, the last undamaged part of Sakdrisi Khachaghiani gold mine, which might be one of the oldest gold mines in the world, was destroyed. (more)

Nigerian students found dead in Tbilisi


Tbilisi Mayor sums-up his eight months in office


The News in Brief

"Georgia-Brazil visa-free regime comes into force" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

Moscow sees dualism in Georgia’s foreign policy

The current Georgian government claims that its push towards Europe and its move to regulate relations with Russia are quite compatible. (more)

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