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Hundreds of people dies in the brief Georgia-Russia war of 2008.

ICC Seeks Georgia-Russia War Probe

The International Criminal Court (ICC) says its prosecutor plans to investigate possible war crimes or crimes against humanity committed in the 2008 military conflict between Russia and Georgia. More

Georgian Killed Near U.S. Afghan Base

A Georgian soldier has been killed in an attack on NATO forces near a major U.S. air base in Afghanistan. More

Former Tbilisi Mayor Gigi Ugulava walks out of a court in Tbilisi on September 17, in what proved a short reprieve.

Georgia Opposition Leader Rejailed

A Georgian court has sentenced a top opposition leader to 4 1/2 years in jail for misspending public funds one day after he was released from an illegal 14-month detention. More

Georgia Frees Jailed Opposition Leader

A Tbilisi court released a top opposition leader from prison late September 17 a day after Georgia's constitutional court ruled that his detention was illegal. More

TeliaSonera CEO Johan Dennelind announced his company's withdrawal from Eurasia on September 17.

TeliaSonera To Exit Ex-Soviet Markets

TeliaSonera says it plans to exit six markets in the former Soviet Union in which the Scandinavian telecoms giant has been hit hard by bribery investigations, troubles repatriating cash, and difficulties identifying who, exactly, its local partners are. More

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Tenge Fever: Kazakhs Anxious Despite Slight Rebound In National Currency

Ordinary Kazakhs express dismay and criticize their government following Astana's decision to abandon a fixed exchange rate to devalue the national currency, the tenge.
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