Society
22 September, 2014
22 September, 2014
A powerful rainstorm lasting for two days in Batumi has created numerous problems for the city. Many streets have turned into rivers. According to locals, apartments
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21 September, 2014
21 September, 2014
Heavy rainfall lasting two days has resulted in flooding; the seaside region of Poti has reportedly been submerged by floodwaters.
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20 September, 2014
20 September, 2014
“Ex-Fathers” of Georgian Healthcare System cut and shared a single cake. An evening dedicated to a 20-year anniversary of “Curatio” fund was attended by five former Ministers
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19 September, 2014
19 September, 2014
Grand the elephant has successfully undergone surgery to remove a portion of infected tusk at Tbilisi Zoo in Georgia, Associated Press reports.
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19 September, 2014
19 September, 2014
One of Tbilisi Zoo’s denizens, an elephant named Grand, feels healthy again. After a very difficult surgery and narcotic sleep, the elephant regained consciousness and got up.
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18 September, 2014
18 September, 2014
A referendum on independence is being held in Scotland today, on the 18th of September.
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18 September, 2014
18 September, 2014
The European Union, which includes over 500 million consumers, considers that for the market to develop, it is necessary for it to win the consumers’ trust.
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18 September, 2014
18 September, 2014
Lately, upon coming to work, I’ve been noticing a well-dressed, well-groomed little girl who followed people passing by a certain church, begging them for money.
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18 September, 2014
18 September, 2014
A few days ago, a pig’s head was hung in the doorway of a madrasa that is currently under construction in Kobuleti. Bayar Shahin, an ethnic Georgian singer
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17 September, 2014
17 September, 2014
Seventy-two new recruits have recently joined Georgian Armed Forces, and among them was Nika Alasania, son of Irakli Alasania, Minister of Defense.
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16 September, 2014
16 September, 2014
The so-called gypsy market was destroyed by a fire in Tbilisi. According to Emergency Situations Department, 2500 m2 of stalls have been consumed by the blaze
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16 September, 2014
16 September, 2014
How do Tbilisian passers-by react when a beggar is robbed in front of them?
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15 September, 2014
15 September, 2014
Bidzina Ivanishvili, former Prime Minister of Georgia, plans to create new projects for Georgian schoolchilden and students.
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14 September, 2014
14 September, 2014
The Orthodox Church marks the beginning of a new year for church on September 14th. On that day the whole church asks for God to bless the beginning of the year.
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12 September, 2014
12 September, 2014
“772 medications have been added to the group of the medications issued without prescription and will be sold so from Monday,”
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11 September, 2014
11 September, 2014
Tbiliseli like to drink and like to party. This is a simple fact. While Georgians in general like to enjoy their homemade Odessa and Saperavi grapes, their spicy pepper
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10 September, 2014
10 September, 2014
President of Georgia Giorgi Margvelashvili and his partner Maka Chichua registered their marriage today. This information was confirmed by Maka Chichua herself for “Imedi TV”.
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09 September, 2014
09 September, 2014
Meskhian culture, folklore, handicrafts and food – Akhaltsikhe held a “Meskhian Festival” for the second time.
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09 September, 2014
09 September, 2014
Pharmaceutical companies will provide the Ministry of Health with the list of medications which need to be moved to the third group of medications being issued without prescription.
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09 September, 2014
09 September, 2014
In the village of Atchkvistavi, Kobuleti municipality of Adjara region, boys and girls take turns going to the local kindergarten.
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