The director of photography of Hollywood and Bollywood Thomas Burns was living in Georgia twenty years ago. Now he is in Georgia again
Nino Ananiashvili, Georgian prima ballerina and artistic director of the Tbilisi State Ballet
Hot summer days are already here and many plan their holidays according to their financial possibilities.
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Kiev starts to shut down Internet and television
12:53 23-01-2014
Kiev starts to shut down Internet and television Kiev has started to shut down internet and television. As Espresso TV informs, residents of Kiev centre and left bank regions informed them about this.
Residents of The Obolon region declare that the access to certain internet resources have been restricted, namely, they can’t get access to the web pages that release objective information about the ongoing developments in Kiev.
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Gazprom to open enterprise in occupied South Ossetia
Gazprom will open an enterprise in the occupied South Ossetia. The company will take care of the gasification of so-called South Ossetia.
Shootings reported at Florida nightclub
Two people have been killed and up to 16 more injured after a shooting at a nightclub in the Florida city of Fort Myers, the BBC reports.
‘Yes’ to death penalty will mean ‘No’ to EU membership, EU warns Turkey
European Commission President Jean Claude Juncker warned Turkey that talks on its accession to the EU would be stopped immediately if it reinstated the death penalty.
ISIS suicide bomber kills 14 people in Iraq
A suicide bomber attacked a security check point in northern Baghdad on Sunday, killing at least 14 people, Iraqi officials said.
Turkey issues detention warrant for 42 journalists - reports
The Turkish government has issued detention warrants for 42 journalists suspected of having links to the failed military coup on July 15, NTV reported Monday. So far the authorities have detained and placed under investigation some 60,000 people.
Turkey to shut down all companies linked to Fethullah Gulen
The Turkish government plans to shut down all companies and organizations linked to the alleged mastermind of last week’s failed coup Fethullah Gulen and his family members.
Detainees beaten, tortured and raped after failed Turkey coup, Amnesty says
Human rights group Amnesty International says it has received credible evidence of detainees in Turkey being subjected to beatings and torture, including rape, since last week's failed coup attempt.
Rio Olympics open doors at Athletes Village
The Games begin in just over two weeks, but the Athletes Village opened officially on Sunday, meaning 10,500 athletes and another 7,000 staff members started trickling into the luxurious layout, with the pace picking up daily until the Aug. 5 opening ceremony at the Maracana Stadium, The Washington Post reports.
 Belgium parliament to consider lifting sanctions against Russia
Belgium's parliament has registered for further consideration a resolution on lifting of the European Union's sanctions against Russia, author of the draft resolution MP Aldo Carcaci told TASS on July 24.
Syrian asylum seeker killed by own bomb in Germany
A failed asylum seeker from Syria killed himself and injured 12 other people after setting off a bomb near an open-air music festival in the German city of Ansbach.
“Deprived Adolescence” - UNFPA Georgia presents the photo exhibition by Daro Sulakauri
UNFPA Georgia presents the photo exhibition by Daro Sulakauri “Deprived of Adolescence” on March 11, 2016, 16:00 at Zurab Tsereteli Museum of Modern Art (MOMA Tbilisi - 27 Rustaveli Av).