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'Heartbreaking': Brussels dashes Georgia's EU hopes
Georgia has "lost relevance" for Europe, claimed Georgian politician Irakli Kobakhidze, after his country's EU membership bid was kicked down the road Friday.
How has Europe reacted to Brussels backing Ukraine over EU candidacy?
"Europe isn't just geography. It's a set of values and Ukraine is fighting for them."
Tourists flock to 240-metre glass bridge across canyon
A 240-metre glass bridge spanning the Dashbash Canyon has opened in Georgia. A diamond shaped cafe hangs in the middle of the construction, 200 metres above the ground, and it's already drawing visitors.
International judo in Georgia
It was a great day for Georgia at the Tbilisi Grand Slam international judo tournament
Georgian Legend Lasha Shavdatuashvili brings home the Gold
Reigning world champion Lasha Shavdatuashvili was victorious at the latest International Judo Federation Grand Slam, adding to his full set of Olympic medals.
Georgian talent triumphs in epic first day of 2022 Tbilisi Grand Slam
The home crowd were certainly not disappointed...
Adjara: Where sun-kissed beaches meet snowy mountains
Sat at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, the Georgian region of Adjara is a haven for eco-tourists.
Ex-Georgian President Saakashvili in danger of death, warn doctors
Saakashvili's health has been weakened after he twice went on hunger strike to protest against his imprisonment.
Conservationists rush to save Georgia’s colchis boxwood trees from extinction
Colchis boxwood trees, native to forests in the Caucasus region are under threat. Scientists in Georgia are now trying to protect young boxwood trees in a bid to preserve the plant for generations to come.
Russians head to Georgia as tensions back home increase
Large numbers of Russia head to Georgia with many hoping to stay there due to increasing tensions back home.
Breakaway region's plans for referendum on joining Russia slammed
The leader of the breakaway region of South Ossetia has suggested integrating into Russia.
Georgia is not trying to appease Russia, its president tells Euronews
"Georgia, having part of the territory occupied, being on the frontline, does not exactly behave as a country that is a member of NATO and is protected in many different ways," Salome Zourabichvili, Georgia's president, told Euronews.
Former Georgian President Saakashvili ends hunger strike
The former leader said his supporters needed to be prepared following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Georgia's EU bid raises existential question: Where does Europe end?
Europe's geographical boundaries have been defined by territory but also politics, culture and religion.
Debates and Opinion
Georgia deserves EU membership. Its ticket has been paid in blood.
Georgia's people want to be part of the European family, even if its government isn't so convinced.
Q&A: Should Ukraine and Georgia be given fast-track EU accession?
Eneko Landaburo was the EU top negotiator of the first wave of enlargement in 2004, when Cyprus, Malta, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia joined the bloc. He says Europe needs to careful before opening its books again.
People of Georgia take to the streets in solidarity with Ukraine
Over the years, Russia has tried again and again to take Georgia. Here's what's happening in Tbilisi.
Jailed ex-Georgian leader back on hunger strike over medical treatment
Jailed ex-Georgian president back on hunger strike to demand medical treatment.
Caucasus elderly face severe loneliness, worsened by pandemic
Loneliness among the elderly in countries like Georgia has become a problem, made worse bz the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Georgia rescues ancient wooden skate tradition in snowy mountain race
Locals of the remote, picturesque town of Mestia, deep in the Caucasus Mountains of Georgia, are reviving an ancient local tradition for a new generation.
Georgia's ex-President Mikheil Saakashvili transferred back to prison
The 54-year-old had been undergoing treatment in hospital after a prolonged hunger strike.
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.
Opposition vow 'mass hunger strike' until Saakashvili is released
"We will not stop until Saakashvili is free, until Georgia is back to its European path," said one demonstrator.
Kramarenko's experimental rhythmic gymnastics triumph
The first-ever experimental rhythmic gymnastics international tournament “Divine Grace” has reached a triumphant conclusion in Moscow.
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.