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Tens of thousands hold pro-EU, anti-government protests in Georgia
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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.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
Georgia's former president appears in court on abuse of power charges
Mikheil Saakashvili has been imprisoned since he returned to Georgia in October to try and bolster opposition forces.
Jailed Georgian ex-president to end 7-week hunger strike
A lawyer for Mikheil Saakashvili said that the jailed former Georgian president has agreed to end a seven-week hunger strike that has caused him neurological damage.
Former Georgian President Saakashvili passes out amid hunger strike
Mikheil Saakashvili has been on hunger strike during his imprisonment.
Protesters gather in Georgia for jailed former president, Saakashvili
Protests and hunger strikes take place in Georgia in support of jailed former president, Mikheil Saakashvili.
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."
Second round of contested Georgia municipal elections takes place
Georgians from 20 constituencies head to the polls to cast their votes in a highly contested second round of municipal elections which will determine the mayors and city council members for those areas.
Jailed Georgia ex-leader Saakashvili 'getting weaker every day'
Mikheil Saakashvili said he considers himself "Putin's prisoner", according to Ukraine's Public Defender.
Thousands call for release of Georgia's ex-president Saakashvili
Saakashvili announced a hunger strike hours after his arrest and his doctor said this week that his condition was deteriorating.
Saakashvili’s health deteriorating on hunger strike, says doctor
Georgia's penitentiary service has dismissed the claims and says Saakashvili’s health is "satisfactory".
Georgia's ruling party wins local elections
Saturday's election was overshadowed by the return from exile and arrest of former president Mikheil Saakashvili, convicted in absentia in 2018 of abuse of office.
Detained ex-leader Saakashvili says 'freedom' at stake in Georgia vote
The former president's arrest has considerably raised the stakes in Saturday's vote, seen as a test for the increasingly unpopular ruling party Georgian Dream.
Georgia's ex-president Mikheil Saakashvili arrested upon return
The south Caucasus nation's ex-leader, detained upon his return from exile, has called for people to vote against the ruling party in this weekend's local elections.
Georgia's ex-President faces arrest if he returns for local elections
Mikheil Saakashvili, who is based in Ukraine, says he plans to return to Georgia to help "save the country".
Georgia is still a long way off showing it adheres to EU values | View
"The recent violence in Tbilisi against a planned gay pride parade and some journalists reporting the event, one of whom has now died, show just how far Georgia still needs to go to adopt EU and UK values."
Georgia: Thousands demand president resigns over journalist's death
Cameraman Alexander Lashkarava was beaten by a mob while covering an anti-LGBT march.
Georgia and EU celebrate political agreement exclusively on Euronews
After mediation from the EU's Charles Michel, Georgia's future now firmly looks to Europe. The Georgian president Salome Zourabichvili, alongside the European Council, chose Euronews as the platform of choice to celebrate the news.
Georgia's future is European | View
Georgia's president Salome Zourabichvili and European Council president Charles Michel hail the deal they say has ended the country's political crisis.
Georgia frees jailed opposition leader Nika Melia after EU posts bail
Melia was arrested in February after police stormed the headquarters of the main opposition party, sparking international criticism and aggravating the political situation within the country.
Opposition parties in Georgia sign deal to end political crisis
Several opposition parties have agreed to enter parliament, which they had been boycotting since elections last year.
Protesters gather in Georgia over opposition leader's arrest
Protesters gathered in Tbilisi, Georgia over the arrest earlier in the week of opposition leader Nika Melia.