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A sample of enriched uranium which can be used to make nuclear bombs.

Georgia Arrests Five Selling Uranium

Georgia has arrested five people for trying to sell radioactive uranium material that could be used to make nuclear bombs, in the second such seizure this month. More

Georgia Arrests Five On Charges Of Trying To Sell Radioactive Materials

Georgia's State Security Service say police in the Caucasus country's Ajara region have arrested five men who are charged with trying to sell 1.6 kilograms of radioactive uranium-238 and uranium-235 for $3 million. More

Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili says his country will remain on a pro-Western path while restoring some ties with Russia.

Georgian PM Courts West While Easing Tensions With Moscow

Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili says his country will remain on a pro-Western path even as it restores some ties with Moscow. More

Turkey Detains Kyrgyz, Georgian, Uzbek Women For Alleged Prostitution

Turkish authorities say they have detained 13 women from former Soviet republics on suspicion of prostitution. More

UN Chief's Visit To Southern Caucasus Delayed

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon's tour of the southern Caucasus was postponed because of his involvement in negotiations to end the wars in Yemen and Syria, UN officials said. More

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Abkhaz Opposition Launches New Campaign To Unseat De Facto President

Representatives of several Abkhaz opposition parties on April 22 submitted to the breakaway republic's Central Election Commission 19,314 signatures in support of a proposed referendum on holding a preterm presidential election -- almost double the required minimum 10,000. More

Georgia’s Hopes Of NATO Membership Recede

Any lingering hopes Georgia’s leaders may still have nurtured that the country would be formally offered a Membership Action Plan (MAP) at NATO’s Warsaw summit in July have been exposed as misplaced. More
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Georgian Female TV Host Takes Bold Stand In Face Of Sex-Tape Scandal

A female Georgian TV host caught up in a massive sex-tape scandal has taken a bold stand against a dirty trick that is now targeting female politicians and public figures.
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