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The best stories of the year from Uncovering Europe
Each weekday at 7 pm CET we bring you a European story that goes beyond the headlines to find the real issues shaping the continent. Here's the best of our Uncovering Europe series from 2021.
Was Russia behind the killing of Zelimkhan Khangoshvili?
Russia has always denied any involvement in the killing, which has escalated tensions between Berlin and Moscow
On the border with South Ossetia, families are victims of a frozen war
Over a decade since the conflict with Russia, the prospects of re-unification appear to be slim.
In Georgia, a baptist bishop fights for LGBT rights
“Hundreds of millions of people are born LGBT. I cannot believe in a God that would create a single person without the right to love and be loved."
Fear and loathing in Tbilisi as homophobic attack pain remains raw
ILGA Europe ranked Georgia 32 out of 49 countries in the region over progress around LGBT issues.
I'm deeply concerned over Georgia's political crisis, says EU's Michel
European Council President Charles Michel brought Georgia's ruling and opposition parties together in Tbilisi during his visit Monday, in an attempt to mediate the situation in the country.
Georgia's ruling party wins parliamentary vote, opposition cries foul
The electoral commission said on Sunday that the ruling Georgian Dream party had gathered more than 48 per cent of the vote, but the opposition has accused it of "blatantly stealing the election".
Why Georgia's elections could be make or break for its democracy
With a return of heavyweight politicians, a global pandemic, malign external influences and the inauguration of a newly-reformed electoral system, Georgia's parliamentary elections are set to be a crucial test for the country.
Georgia’s potential at risk because of creeping Russian influence and private interests ǀ View
With elections looming at the weekend, Georgia's political and economic progress to date could be at the stake as it comes under increasing pressure from private interests and malign Russian influence.
Georgia protests: Crowds gather outside Parliament | #TheCube
Police in riot gear clashed with demonstrators in the second day of protests over the failure of promised election reforms.
At least 25 arrested after clashes at gay movie premiere in Georgia
Police arrested more than 25 people after ultra-nationalist protesters attempted to derail the premiere of an award-winning movie about gay love.
European School brings hope to Georgia
EU project aims at bringing students from eastern partnership countries closer to European values
Bulgaria backs EU's Georgieva to be next UN chief
Kristalina Georgieva, an EU commissioner, has been nominated by her native Bulgaria as a candidate to become the next UN Secretary General.
EU sanctions on Russia to be extended, visa-free travel closer for Ukraine, Georgia and Kosovo
EU envoys have agreed a six-month rollover of the bloc’s economic sanctions on Russia. They were brought in last year over the Ukraine conflict –
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Lech in Warsaw asks: “The European Union is to hold its third Eastern Partnership Summit later this month in Vilnius. What is this partnership
The fruits of peace
Because peace depends on stability, there is a NATO programme that focuses on scientific environmental cooperation, for example over water management