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Tens of thousands rally in Tbilisi to demand EU membership
Pro-EU and opposition groups had called for a "march for Europe", days after the European Commission recommended waiting before granting Tbilisi candidate status.
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.
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.
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".
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.
Tributes paid to Georgian journalist who died after beating
Hundreds of journalists gathered in Georgia to pay tribute to a cameraman who died after being beaten last week by far-right activists.
Tbilisi Pride march cancelled after violent anti-LGBT demonstrations
Organisers of the 2021 Pride March in the Georgian capital city, Tbilisi, have cancelled the parade over security fears after violent anti-LGBT demonstrations.
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.
Georgia disinfects capital's streets to combat spread of COVID-19
Georgia currently has 370 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and three deaths according to figures from the Johns Hopkins University.
New museum in Georgia uses technology to bring art to life
The works of Georgia's most renowned artist, Niko Pirosmani, are being given a 21st-century makeover.
Watch: 500 babies baptised in Georgian mass ceremony
521 babies have been baptised in a mass ceremony in Tbilisi's Holy Trinity Cathedral. And their godfather is Ilia II, the spiritual leader of the Georgian Orthodox Church.
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.
Russian and Georgian delegations meet for first time since Tbilisi protests
Representatives of Russia and Georgia have met for the first time since mass anti-Russian protests in the Georgian capital Tbilisi last month. Around 240 people were hurt as protesters tried to storm the parliament after a Russian MP took the Speaker's seat.
Georgian's call for end to Russian occupation
Thousands took the streets of the Georgian capital Tbilisi to call for an end to Russian occupation and for the interior minister to step down
Georgian president blames Russia for stirring unrest in Tbilisi
Georgian president blames Russia's "fifth column" for stirring unrest in Tbilisi on Thursday.
Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd will return to UK, says lawyer
Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd says he will not fight his extradition from Georgia to the UK where he has been given a six year sentence for manslaughter
Georgia elects French-born Zurabishvili as president
Georgia elects French-born Salome Zurabishvili as its new president — the first woman to hold the office in the country's history.
First-ever Tbilisi Art Fair aims to boost Georgia's art market
The first-ever international Tbilisi Art Fair is being held in the Georgian capital.
Georgia wants to become a hub along the New Silk Road
Strategically located along China's new Silk Road, Georgia wants to become a regional hub.