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Germany's Anne-Maria Wagner took home gold on the final day of the 2023 Tbilisi Grand Slam. There was also high drama on the mat across the men's competition as Georgian collected all 3 available top spots on the podium.
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Georgia parliament votes to drop controversial 'foreign agents' bill
After days of mass protests, lawmakers voted to officially drop the draft law that would have forced media outlets and NGOs that receive 20% of their funding from abroad to register as "foreign agents".
View Q&A: Georgians will keep defending their freedoms, says EU expert
The ruling Georgian Dream coalition's approach is to demonise all other political parties and the civil society. Still, we are fighting for EU membership and anyone and anything that does not help us get there, Vano Chkhikvadze told Euronews.
Protests in Georgia: riots continue in Tbilisi
Police fired tear gas, water cannons and stun grenades at protesters in the Georgian capital Tbilisi late on Wednesday.
Protests continue in Georgia despite major concessions from government
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'Dark day': Mass protests over foreign agent law in Georgia
66 people were arrested in Tbilisi on Tuesday, amid protests against new legislation dubbed a threat to the country's democracy.
'Fall of democracy': Georgia's foreign agent law widely condemned
"The goal of this law is to stop critical voices from being heard," said a group of the country's media outlets.
World shows solidarity with Ukraine on anniversary of Russian invasion
Countries across Europe and the world have held services to show solidarity with Ukraine on the first anniversary of the Russian invasion
Georgia becomes a hub for anti-war Russians
About 1.5 million Russian citizens have crossed the Russia-Georgia border since the war in Ukraine started. And the influx is worrying many Georgians.
Meet the futuristic farmer growing vegetables vertically in Georgia
“Vertical farming can help us grow more vegetables with less space, less water, and zero pesticides,” says Tusya Garibashvili, who co-founded of Space Farms.
Georgia has stumbled on its EU path. We need to do something about it
View: Opposition MP Khatia Dekanoidze argues that rampant, unchecked corruption and an overreliance on the Kremlin will continue to be an obstacle to Georgia's EU membership until something is done about it.
Protesters demand release of Georgia's ex-president Saakashvili
Protesters from the #SaveMisha movement demand the release of Georgia's ex-president Mikheil Saakashvili on Wednesday due to his 'worsening' health.
Georgia's ex-president Mikheil Saakashvili 'suffering from poisoning'
The country's main opposition party has called for its former leader to be treated abroad.
Film of the Week: 'What Do We See When We Look At The Sky?'
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