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Latest Georgia News

Georgia Probes IS Video

Georgia has launched an investigation into an Islamic State video purportedly showing Georgian-speaking men fighting alongside IS militants in Syria. More

Georgian Arrested On Terror Charges

Georgian intelligence officials say they have arrested a 29-year-old man on terrorism charges amid stepped up security measures following the terrorist attacks in Paris. More

Georgia Urged To Respect Media Freedom

The United States has expressed deep concern over a Georgian court decision to change the management at the country's largest independent television station. More

Mikheil Saakashvili is currently the governor of Ukraine's Odesa region.

Georgia Probes 'Saakashvili Tape'

The Georgian State Security Service (SDSS) says it is looking into leaked wiretapped recordings -- apparently featuring the voice of ex-President Mikheil Saakashvili -- as part of an investigation into an alleged "conspiracy to overthrow" the government. More

Russian FSB Head Warns Of Growing CIS Security Threat

Russia initiated its campaign of air strikes in Syria primarily to prevent militants fighting with Islamic State (IS) from returning to their home countries in the former Soviet Union, says the head of Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB). More

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Georgia’s Ruling Coalition Increasingly At Odds

Ever since it lost power, Georgia’s United National Movement has sought to portray the Georgian Dream coalition as having abandoned the movement’s pro-Western and pro-democracy orientation. More

Abkhaz Leader Rejects Calls To Resign

Less than 18 months after the forced ouster of Aleksandr Ankvab, de facto president of Georgia's breakaway Abkhazia region, a new confrontation is brewing between his successor, longtime opposition leader Raul Khajimba, and the opposition party that supported him. More
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Explainer: What Can Moldova's Crisis Teach The EU?

Moldova was once a star pupil in a program to bring neighboring countries closer to the European Union. Now a political crisis could put Moldova back in Moscow's orbit.
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