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Tamila Varshalomidze

Tamila Varshalomidze

Tamila Varshalomidze is a journalist with more than eight years of experience with top international news organisations.

She has been a member of Al Jazeera English's online team since January 2013.

Tamila was at the forefront of the web team's coverage of the Ukrainian uprising and the conflict that followed.

Tamila previously worked as a TV news producer for the Associated Press in London, UK.

She has a Master's degree in multimedia journalism from UK's Bournemouth University. 

Georgia

Georgia remains strongly pro-West 10 years after war with Russia

Western partners' lack of resolve to confront Moscow angers Georgians, but up to 75 percent still support NATO dream.

Georgia remains strongly pro-West 10 years after war with Russia

Syria's War

How is Russia likely to respond to US strikes in Syria?

Experts analyse Moscow's possible reaction after repeated threats of retaliation to the US strikes.

How is Russia likely to respond to US strikes in Syria?

Syria's War

5 things to know about the expected US strikes in Syria

Experts give their assessments of what comes next after US vows to carry out missile strikes against the Syrian regime.

5 things to know about the expected US strikes in Syria

Tourism

Georgia tries damage control as Gudauri accident video goes viral

Country's reputation as a safe winter-sports destination endangered by viral video of horrifying Gudauri accident.

Georgia tries damage control as Gudauri accident video goes viral

Skripal poisoning

Conspiracy theories rife in Russia over Sergei Skripal poisoning

Accusations of Moscow's involvement in attempted murder of Sergei Skripal prompt claims of a set-up by Western agents.

Conspiracy theories rife in Russia over Sergei Skripal poisoning

South Ossetia

South Ossetia releases two Georgian 'genocide' suspects

Authorities in the breakaway region free two Georgians after 18-day detention but keep the body of a third who died.

South Ossetia releases two Georgian 'genocide' suspects

Iran

Husband of Briton jailed in Iran for spying wants talks

Jailed charity worker's spouse pushes for meeting with an Iranian diplomat who is in London for a visit.

Husband of Briton jailed in Iran for spying wants talks

Turkey

What is Russia's end game in Afrin?

Growing US-Kurdish ties and a possible change in Turkey's position on Assad may be behind Moscow's tacit support.

What is Russia's end game in Afrin?

The Oligarchs

Was Ukraine's Revolution of Dignity in vain?

Almost four years since Yanukovich's removal, estimated $1.5bn in stolen assets remain outside the country's coffers.

Was Ukraine's Revolution of Dignity in vain?

Armenia

'Syrian refugees improve Armenia's social fabric'

A new initiative celebrates Syrian refugees' positive impact in the South Caucasian nation's mono-ethnic society.

'Syrian refugees improve Armenia's social fabric'

Georgia

Ethnic Georgian Muslims in a Christian-dominated nation

A large number of people see Islam as alien to the Georgian national identity.

Ethnic Georgian Muslims in a Christian-dominated nation

Georgia

Speculation rife as Georgia stays mum on raid suspects

Local media draw unverified links between ethnic Chechens and special forces raid, upsetting minority Muslim community.

Speculation rife as Georgia stays mum on raid suspects