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Steadfast Jazz manoeuvres, which took place in Poland and the Baltic countries had been planned two years ago. We are talking about 6,000 military personnel from of all arms: air force, land and sea, who took part in a fictional scenario...Eastern
Despite a complete change of leadership in Georgia sealed in Sundays presidential election, Russia and its southern neighbor remain on track only to crawl toward a strained reconciliation, due largely to the legacy of the bitter five-day war that the
March 6, 2013 (Issue # 1749) Tbilisi, Georgia Visitors can sense this citys vibrancy as soon as they log on to the local public wireless network. Tbilisi, I love you pops up on the screen as the network name a reminder that modern marketing
Premiering Monday, Georgia stars New Girl and Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia actress Mary Elizabeth Ellis as the title character. Ellis plays a yoga psychotherapist who tries to bring peace into her clients lives and her own with precarious results.
Christian rapper Lecrae first came to Atlanta as a teenager for a youth conference in 1999, but what ultimately convinced him to lay down roots here was its thriving gospel music scene. Atlanta is just a musical hub, said the 32-year-old, who moved
This is significant because hours after the diplomats vehicle was bombed on Delhis Aurangzeb Road, a similar bomb was found attached to the vehicle of an Israeli embassy official in Georgias capital Tbilisi. The bomb was noticed by the driver who
What's the biggest "threat" emanating from the Caucasus and Central Asia?...Congress a "Worldwide Threat Assessment" describing all the things that could go wrong for the U.S. around the world. Yesterday, Director of National Intelligence James
For more than 90 minutes, nearly 100 football coaches, non-football coaches, principals, superintendents and interested parties were in the same room...A sign that the unhappiness is not limited to the smaller south Georgia schools was indicated by
In 2006, Georgia became the first state to allow Bible education classes in public schools, after much debate over the sticky issue of separation of church and state. Now the classes are dwindling for a far more tangible reason: money.
August 10, 2011 (Issue # 1669) Russias top diplomat called Georgias president a pathological case who was very badly brought up onMonday, signaling no easing oftensions between Moscow andTbilisi onthe third anniversary ofthe brief 2008 war over South