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Monday, February 27, 2017, #039 (3831)

Parliament approves surveillance draft law

The Parliament of Georgia approved the draft law on surveillance with its second reading, which means that no genuine amendments are expected to be reflected within the package of changes. (more)

Israeli ambassador excludes cancelation of visa-free travel

The Israeli Ambassador to Georgia, Shabtai Tsur, excluded the temporal cancel of Georgia-Israel visa-free travel as was proposed by the President of the Georgia-Israel Business Chamber, Itsik Moshe, in the wake of Georgian citizens’ complaints about abuse by Israeli border guards. (more)

Commemorating fallen heroes on Bolshevik occupation


Former Georgian serviceman captured by Congolese rebels


The News in Brief

"Breaking news" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

Detained cleric questioned on Monday

Georgia’s Chief Prosecutor’s Office stated on the weekend that they would question a priest detained for the notorious “cyanide case” today. (more)

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