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Tuesday, December 5, 2017, #238 (4030)

Georgia’s Interior Min Says Witnesses Refuse to Cooperate with Police After Deadly School Yard Clash

Georgia’s Internal Affairs Minister Giorgi Gakhariasaid on Monday that only a handful of the 150 witnesses that have been questioned about a schoolyard brawl that left two 16-year-olds dead from multiple stab wounds are willing to cooperate with the investigation. (more)

PM Says Georgia Remains Committed to European Values

In an address to European Parliamentary delegations from 17 EU member states, Georgia’s Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili reiterated his country’s commitment to upholding Western values and to further integration with Europe. (more)

Georgia’s Patriarch Tells Russian Counterpart Status Quo in Abkhazia, S Ossetia Must Change


Swiss President Vows to Defuse Georgia-Russia Relations


The News in Brief

"Georgian Parliament Approves Changes to 2017 State Budget" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

Ombudsman Says Disabled Rights Still violated

Georgia’s Public Defender, Ucha Nanuashvili, says that residents with disabilities continue to be routinely discriminated against in all spheres of life. (more)

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