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European Council’s Resolution about Georgia and more - Weekly summary by Mark Mullen
10 October, 2014
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Welcome to the October 2 Weekly Summary with Mark Mullen. This week Mark speaks about the “Asaval-Dasavali” newspaper journalist Zaza Davitaia, who was assaulted by “Free Zone” members.
Also, this week Parliamentary assembly of the European Council adopted a resolution about Georgia.
Mark discusses Former Prime Minister Zurab Zhvania’s case and says that his body will be exhumed. In addition, Gharibashvili addressed the UN General Assembly.
Other topics of the week are: heavy rain and wind in Georgia's south-west regions, Corn Island movie wins another award, Beselia’s English, Article “Georgian Mafia Wages Bloody Vegetable War in Moscow” and much more - So sit back and enjoy.
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The original audio podcast version of this content can be found at TBLpod.com, recorded locally at Rustaveli Avenue. Each week Mark and his excellent team of researchers, experts and analysts put together a summary of what has happened in Georgia and why. Years of experience and contacts in this country help them provide a context for the news each week. Their discussions give a uniquely candid perspective, which is difficult to find anywhere else, even in Georgian, and which [we must note] represents their personal opinion and not that of any organization or company they or we may work for or represent, including Palitra. For this reason Mark and his team have an audience from all over the world and, even more interestingly, a devoted audience of Georgian listeners interested in their outlook on current events. Thanks for tuning in. Please come back next week.

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The original audio podcast version of this content can be found at TBLpod.com, recorded locally at Rustaveli Avenue. Each week Mark and his excellent team of researchers, experts and analysts put together a summary of what has happened in Georgia and why. Years of experience and contacts in this country help them provide a context for the news each week. Their discussions give a uniquely candid perspective, which is difficult to find anywhere else, even in Georgian, and which [we must note] represents their personal opinion and not that of any organization or company they or we may work for or represent, including Palitra. For this reason Mark and his team have an audience from all over the world and, even more interestingly, a devoted audience of Georgian listeners interested in their outlook on current events. Thanks for tuning in. Please come back next week.

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“Free Zone” VS “Free Generation”

“We must be candid, we must be critical enough” - Boris Cilevics on the Council of Europe Resolution

Irakli Gharibashvili addresses Abkhazians and Ossetians from the UN

Eka Beselia’s English speech at European Parliamentary Assembly session

Georgian Mafia Wages Bloody Vegetable War in Moscow
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