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Latest Georgia News

Former President Mikheil Saakashvili left Georgia late last year after his second presidential term expired.

Georgia Prosecutors Charge Saakashvili

Georgian prosecutors have filed criminal charges against former President Mikheil Saakashvili. More

NATO Parliamentary Delegation In Georgia

NATO Parliamentary Assembly President Hugh Bayley says his organization supports Georgia's integration with NATO. More

Georgia Priest Attack Worries Armenia

Armenia has expressed concern regarding an attack on priests at the Armenian Cathedral of Holy Etchmiadzin in Georgia's capital, Tbilisi. More

Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili

Georgian Prime Minister Reshuffles Cabinet

Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili has reshuffled his cabinet, saying it needed new "energy" and "efficiency." More

South Ossetia Jails Georgian For Spying

A court in Georgia's breakaway region of South Ossetia has sentenced a Georgian citizen to 10 years and two months in jail. More

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Latest Blog Posts

Tbilisi Ex-Mayor's Arrest Compounds Georgia Election Tension

Predictably, the Georgian local elections last month have served to exacerbate the antagonism between the ruling Georgian Dream coalition and the opposition United National Movement (ENM) that it defeated in the parliamentary ballot of October 2012. More
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Features & Commentary

If Past Is Prologue, EU Needs To Up Its Game With Russia

In 2008, Moscow failed to implement key aspects of an agreement brokered by then-French President Nicolas Sarkozy in the conflict between Russia and Georgia. Will the EU be able to manage better six years later as it becomes increasingly involved in the crisis in Ukraine?

Interview: Award-Winning Georgian Director 'Opens Emotional Side' Of Abkhaz Conflict

The Georgian film "Corn Island" took the top prize at the Karlovy Vary film festival on July 12. RFE/RL's Georgian Service discussed the film and the prize with director Giorgi Ovashvili.

Moscow To Kyiv, Tbilisi, And Chisinau: EU Deals Will Cost You

Russia vowed there would be "grave consequences" after Ukraine, Georgia, and Moldova signed partnership agreements with the European Union on June 27. We look at the measures Moscow has already imposed just over a week later.
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