Georgia and Russia have blamed each other for the outbreak of protests and unrest in Tbilisi which was sparked by the visit of a Russian MP to Georgia's parliament.
Vladimir Putin ordered the suspension of passenger flights from Russia to Georgia amid escalating tensions.
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Georgia elects French-born Salome Zurabishvili as its new president — the first woman to hold the office in the country's history.
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Two of Georgia's former foreign ministers are celebrating after exit poll results on Sunday mark them as frontrunners in the country's presidential election.
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Lia Phutkaradze is a Batumi activist whose NGO "Saorsa" ("freedom") is helping local women and men to get employed or succeed in self-employment at Georgian and international labour markets.
Supporters of the former Georgian president have freed him from a police van after an attempt to detain him in Ukraine
Strategically located along China's new Silk Road, Georgia wants to become a regional hub.
Journalists working for Georgia’s biggest independent television station breathed a sigh of relief after a ruling from Europe’s human rights court.
Thousands of Georgians took to the streets of the capital Tbilisi on Sunday to protest what they say is an attempt by the government to clamp down on the country’s most popular TV…
The Georgian parliament has approved the re-election of Giorgi Kvirikashvili as prime minister.
Georgians go the polls this weekend for the second round run-off of the parliamentary elections.
Polls suggest the ruling Georgian Dream Party is on track to win, but there is also strong support for the opposition United National Movement. Both want to join the EU and NATO, however, the ruling p
A live TV debate descended into chaos in Georgia after two politicians began fighting.
Two of the country's parliamentarians came to blows after tension spilled over during a TV debate
A fistfight erupted between candidates for the Georgian Parliament late on Wednesday during a political talk show.
Georgia commemorated the eighth anniversary of its five-day war with Russia on Monday (August 8).
The opposition in Georgia is up in arms at the sentencing of the former mayor of the capital, Tibilisi, to four and half years in jail for
Politicians came to blows in the Georgian parliament on Boxing day over how they should decide the make-up of Georgian delegations in international
Latvia has expressed concern over a deal deepening cooperation between Russia and Georgia’s breakaway Abkhazia region.
During a visit to the
Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili signed a deal for closer ties with Brussels on June 27th. After inking the EU Association Agreement, he