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Friends and family say it is impossible Erosi Kitsmarishvili would have killed himself. Jul 14 Mistrust and confusion surround the police investigation into the apparent suicide of a high-profile Georgian former media magnate and diplomat. Erosi
Behind the Headlines 8 26 Jun 14 English On May 27, thousands of protestors in Abkhazia stormed the presidential administration, causing President Alexander Ankvab to flee to a Russian military base. In the days that followed, Abkhazia's parliament
The dialogue at expert level was held in a friendly and constructive atmosphere, with an exchange on a wide range of issues of mutual interest and concern, as well as discussions on possibilities for concrete cooperation in the field of human rights.
Both countries have parts of their territory occupied by Russia. In the case of Georgia, the two breakaway regions, Abkhazia and South Ossetia have even been recognised as independent entities by Moscow, but outside of Russia it is only Nicaragua,
The European Union supports the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Georgia, as recognised by international law. In view of the reports about the elections in the Georgian breakaway region of South Ossetia on 8 June, we recall that the European
Behind the Headlines 7 6 Jun 14 English Geronti Babitashvili has been detained twice by the Russian security forces, even though he lives in Georgia: Like many villagers living close to the administrative boundary with South Ossetia, he was picked
ET Over the weekend, French President Francois Hollande said so far, France intends to go through with a deal to build two warships for the Russian navy. The first of the Mistral-class assault vessels is supposed to be delivered in October.
President Barack Obama said Russia does not respect the Geneva Agreement to mitigate the crisis in Ukraine, and he hoped that the Russians realize the agreement. The president said in a press conference in Tokyo with Japanese Prime
President Obama said Thursday that new sanctions targeting Russia are "teed up" in the wake of a fresh warning by the Russian foreign minister that attacks on Russian citizens or interests in Ukraine would bring a firm response. Obama said Russia
Crimea will literally become a gray area if it is formally annexed by Russia, so far as maps produced by the National Geographic Society in Washington are concerned. In a statement, the 126-year-old non-governmental scientific institution -- as