Europe

Georgia's wars: Remains of missing people handed over to families

At a ceremony in Tbilisi's Holy Trinity Cathedral, the remains of some of those who went missing during Georgia's past conflicts have finally been returned to their families.

Europe

Georgia's historians fight against censorship of Soviet archives

They accuse the national archive of hiding information about crimes committed when Georgia was part of the erstwhile USSR.

Georgia

Thousands of Georgians protest 'bought' election

Opposition calls for snap election, alleging vote-buying, intimidation, and ballot-stuffing in Wednesday's runoff vote.

Europe

Ex-envoy wins Georgia presidency, vote to be challenged

Salome Zurabishvili, who wants to balance ties between Moscow and the West, got 60 percent of the vote, officials say.

Ex-envoy wins Georgia presidency, vote to be challenged

Europe

Georgia's ruling party candidate leads in presidential runoff

Early results in Georgia's presidential runoff suggest ruling party-backed candidate Salome Zurabishvili will win.

Georgia

Georgia votes in 'high-stakes' presidential runoff

Final round pits two former foreign ministers against each in a vote seen as key test for ruling Georgian Dream party.

Reporter's Notebook

My Soviet scar: Confronting architecture of oppression

They are symbols of Soviet oppression to some but part of collective memory to others. Should Soviet-era monuments and buildings be protected?

Al Jazeera Correspondent

The Soviet Scar

A union of equals or Russian occupation? A personal journey exploring how decades of Soviet rule have shaped Georgia.

Georgia

Polls close in Georgia's presidential race

The independent candidate backed by the ruling Georgian Dream party is projected to win the largely ceremonial office.

Georgia elections: Ex-foreign ministers in close presidency race

Europe

Georgia protesters demand Russia end its 'occupation'

Georgia marks 10 years since a war with Russia that left the country dismembered.

Europe

Russia-Georgia war: 10 years since conflict

The five-day conflict in 2008 centred on South Ossetia and Abkhazia, two breakaway provinces in Georgia.

Georgia

Where does Georgia stand 10 years after Russia war?

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

Georgia

Georgia's prime minister resigns after mass protests

The ruling party, Georgian Dream, has seven days to nominate a prime minister to be appointed by the president.

Georgia's prime minister resigns after mass protests

Europe

Georgia: Thousands protest nightclub raids in Tbilisi

Last weekend riot police raided two top nightclubs in what they said was an anti-drugs operation but club-goers were angered by the heavy-handed tactics used, prompting them to stage protests.

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Saakashvili on Putin, Europe's weak leaders and a return to power

Former Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili discusses Putin, the state of Europe and plans for his political comeback.