Georgian delegation will raise the issue of violence against a Georgian minor in occupied Abkhazia at the session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe. Georgian politicians compare the Wednesday brutal fact as similar to fascism.
Russian soldiers beat a minor in Abkhazia, the occupied region of Georgia on Wednesday after they found Georgian text-books in the teenager`s bag. The boy has a hand fracture and multiple injuries. Mamuka Phiphia, the 10th-grade schoolboy remains on the territory of occupied Abkhazia so far. Parents fail to contact the child.
Public Defender Giorgi Tughushi says all international human rights organizations will be reported in detail about teh accident.
A young Georgian woman was found dead in her apartment in Istanbul, Turkey. Nino Saikodze, 33, from Telavi, Georgia, was found dead by her room mate. Reportedly, she died of CO leakage; however, the family of the woman suspects she might have been killed.
Georgian police interrogated the members of the TV3 crew last night, after they were released by the occupants. After the 24 hour long captivity, the journalists reported the details of their detention and about the situation in the Tskhinvali insulator.
NGO Article 42 of the Constitution has expressed its concerns regarding the detention of the TV3 report crew by the Russian occupants and offered legal assistance to the management of the television and the detainees.
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The officers of the Criminal Police Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs have arrested six persons with the charges of money extortion in group. The special operations were simultaneously conducted in Tbilisi and Batumi.
Police have solved the crime that occurred on Chavchavadze Avenue outside the first building of the Tbilisi State University. The officers have arrested a 21 year-old man, who is accused of deliberately inflicting less grave injury.
The members of the Journalists Charter of Conduct and the Public Defender of Georgia have released separate statements following the detention of a Georgian TV crew of three reporters in the village of Advzi and call ...