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Georgia claims Russia grabbed Abkhazia land
Tbilisi says Moscow moved Russia's border line 11km deeper into Georgia's breakaway region of Abkhazia.
Last updated: 21 Jan 2014 20:28 GMT
Georgia set to elect new president
Sunday's votes to decide nation’s fourth president, as surveys suggest voters frustrated by incumbent government.
Last updated: 27 Oct 2013 00:14 GMT
Skull fossil challenges evolutionary history
Discovery of 1.8-million-year-old human ancestor skull in Georgia offers new evidence that early man was single species.
Last updated: 19 Oct 2013 00:17 GMT
New fences worry Russia's neighbour
After a bloody 2008 war over South Ossetia, Russia is now building a fence inside territory disputed with Georgia.
Jacob Balzani Loov
Last updated: 14 Oct 2013 12:23 GMT
Russia's Putin battles for his Eurasian dream
Some post-Soviet states say Moscow is pressuring them to choose a Russia-led union over EU integration.
Last updated: 06 Oct 2013 12:46 GMT
Georgia marks South Ossetia war anniversary
Georgian and Russian leaders trade barbs five years after the two countries went to war over separatist territory.
Last updated: 08 Aug 2013 18:53 GMT
Georgia bathhouses lose tourist draw
Tbilisi tradition of "soap men" masseurs at ancient venues a luxury too costly for many.
Last updated: 16 Jun 2013 00:10 GMT
Georgia frets at embargo with a long vintage
Delegation seeks to persuade Russia to lift trade ban placed in 2006 on import of wine, water and fruit.
Last updated: 03 Apr 2013 21:55 GMT
Georgia farms face Indian 'invasion'
Thousands of Punjabi farmers have bought land in distant Georgia lured by cheap prices, angering some locals.
Last updated: 21 Feb 2013 11:33 GMT
Russia to lift ban on Georgian wine
Russia banned Georgian mineral water and wine in 2006 citing quality concerns; Tbilisi said the move was political.
Last updated: 05 Feb 2013 01:23 GMT
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