Georgian Foreign Minister Maia Panjikidze says Tbilisi did not expect to be admitted into NATO this year but is on "track" to "one day" become a member.
The widow of Georgia's late Prime Minister Zurab Zhvania says her husband was murdered.
Georgia's former President Mikheil Saakashvili says he will not return home to be questioned over the death of his prime minister in 2005 and other cases.
Prosecutors in Georgia have summoned former President Mikheil Saakashvili for questioning as a witness in criminal investigations.
Georgian officials arrest a forensic pathologist who examined Prime Minister Zurab Zhvania's body after his suspicious death in 2005.
U.S. Senator John McCain has called for the faster integration of Georgia and Moldova into the structures of NATO amid the ongoing crisis in Ukraine's Crimea region.
The Georgian prime minister's envoy for relations with Russia, Zurab Abashidze, and Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin were to have met in Prague on March 4-5 before delaying the talks until March 14.
Dozens of protesting employees from Georgia’s Emergency Situations Service gathered in front of Tbilisi City Hall on March 11.
Georgian citizens spoke to RFE/RL's Belarus Service on March 5 in Tbilisi, sharing their views about Russia's military intervention in the Ukrainian region of Crimea.
Emzar Kvitsiani, who in the early 2000s served as Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze's governor in the Kodori gorge, has returned to Tbilisi, almost eight years after the armed insurrection that culminated in his flight to Russia.
An Afghan doctor, Ukrainian activist, Tajik presidential candidate, and Georgian bishop were among 10 women awarded as "International Women of Courage" by the U.S. State Department.
EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fuele has expressed continued support for Georgia's efforts to pursue closer ties with the bloc.