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Georgian Cabinet Approves Corporate Tax Reform Plan

The Georgian government has approved a plan to ease the tax burden on businesses, hoping that the reform will help speed up economic growth. More

Stoltenberg: Georgia Moving Closer To NATO

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says Georgia is moving closer to the military alliance by making reforms and major contributions to "our shared security." More

Georgian-Russian Talks Postponed

A Georgian envoy says the next round of talks between Russia and Georgia on normalizing bilateral ties has been moved to mid-March. More

Georgian UN Peacekeepers Accused In Child Sex-Abuse Scandal

Georgian UN peacekeepers are among those accused of sexually abusing children in Africa. More

Georgia Welcomes ICC Probe Of 2008 War With Russia

Georgia has welcomed a decision by the International Criminal Court (ICC) to open an investigation into alleged war crimes committed "in and around South Ossetia" during 2008, when Russia fought a brief war against Georgia over the breakaway region. More

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Gazprom Seeks Again To Pressure Georgia Over Gas Supplies

Russia has again raised the possibility of curtailing gas supplies to Georgia at a time when Azerbaijan, the only alternative source, is unable to meet Georgia's expanding need in full. More
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Abkhazia Outlaws Abortions

Abkhazia has outlawed abortion in an apparent effort to boost the population of the breakaway Georgian republic.
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