Europe

Georgians oppose hydro plans

In western Georgia, campaigners are opposing several big dam projects, citing their impact on the environment and communities.

Germany

Germany expels Russian embassy staff over Georgian's murder

Kremlin threatens reciprocal measures after Berlin says it suspects Russian or Chechen involvement in man's death.

Germany expels Russian embassy staff over Georgian's murder

Europe

Georgia protesters angered by promises broken on electoral reform

Riot police use water cannon on protesters calling for electoral reforms but government says to wait until 2024.

Europe

Georgia police use water cannon to disperse protesters

At least three injured and 28 arrested after clashes near Parliament during protests demanding electoral reform.

Georgia police use water cannon to disperse protesters

Inside Story

A new wave of anger in Georgia

Protesters say the government has broken its promise of democratic reform.

A new wave of anger in Georgia

Europe

Georgia protesters attempt to shut down state buildings

It follows more than a week of angry demonstrations over parliament's failure to approve planned electoral reforms.

Georgia

Can protesters change Georgia's political landscape?

Thousands of people are calling for snap elections following government's reversal on electoral reform.

Can protesters change Georgia's political landscape?

Georgia

Water cannon used to disperse peaceful rally in Georgia

Riot police clear barricaded parliament entrances and surrounding territory after thousands rally for electoral reform.

Europe

Massive cyberattack affects thousands of websites in Georgia

Affected pages display photo of self-exiled former President Mikheil Saakashvili with inscription 'I'll be back!'

Massive cyberattack affects thousands of websites in Georgia

Europe

Russia to fund modernisation of army in breakaway Georgian region

Putin approves proposal expected to prompt condemnation from Tbilisi which clings to hope of Abkhazia's return.

Russia to fund modernisation of army in breakaway Georgian region

Georgia

Growing up and growing old in Georgia's abandoned sanatoriums

Sanatoriums were given nicknames depending on which types of Soviet workers were sent there.

Growing up and growing old in Georgia's abandoned sanatoriums

Opinion

What is behind the recent spat between Georgia and Russia?

The recent escalation in tensions serves political interests in both Moscow and Tbilisi.

Leonid Ragozin

by Leonid Ragozin

Leonid Ragozin

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As Russian ties deteriorate, Georgia tourist numbers fall

Facebook campaign to draw other tourists to Georgia hatched as Russian arrivals slow.

Europe

Georgia, Russia post-conflict dividing lines split communities

Amnesty International calls on Russia to ease harsh treatment of civilians living along disputed border with Georgia.

Europe

Protesters in Georgia call for end to 'pro-Russian policies'

Russia's President Putin rejects calls to impose more sanctions on Georgia in bid to calm anti-Russian sentiment.