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The year-long unrest and conflict in Ukraine that first escalated and then subsided had repercussions from Turkey in the west to Kyrgyzstan in the east, with governments attempting to...
Three jovial Georgian teenagers had no idea they were about to become Internet sensations when they recorded a video-selfie earlier this month while walking on a country road.
Below Tbilisi’s Rose Revolution Square and its shiny Radisson-Blu Hotel lies a crumbling, urine-dappled, underground labyrinth with bunker-like hideaways blaring Turkish and Middle Eastern dance...
Episode 6: For a country, like Georgia, keen on promoting its European credentials, a camel attack in the center of...
A man of controversy as much as change, former Georgian President and Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze has died at the age of 86, according to a spokesperson, Reuters reported....
A bust of Joseph Stalin popped up in the Soviet dictator’s ...
Episode 5: Struggling with state regulations on rock music, the Iranian heavy-metal band Masters of Persia...
For many in Georgia, Russia’s annexation Crimea is reigniting fears about separatism rooted in ethnic conflict and Kremlin meddling. But now Georgians aren’t just worrying about the breakaway...
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It is often said that charity begins at home. But in the tightly woven system of family networks and patronage that marks the tiny South Caucasus country...
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