Iranian murder suspect to serve his sentence in Georgia
Iranian citizen, Navid Nou Bahar Deilmma will face his charges for premeditated murder today; tomorrow he will be sent to custody under preliminary imprisonment. Deilamma will serve his sentence in Georgia. He was detained a few hours after killing an Iranian businessman, Maksud Bedustan. The murder occurred in Tbilisi in the office of the businessman in Tbilisi. The suspect has already pleaded guilty. Police found the portable computer and mobile telephone of the killed man during the body search of the suspect. Maksu Bedustan ran his business in Tbilisi during past 11 years.
The wife of the former minister of defence, Bacho Akhalaia, has been summoned to the prosecutor`s office for interrogation. Ani Nadareishvili says she will be questioned about the reasons and the circumstances of the death of ...
A 21 year-old man was killed in Tbilisi last night. Reportedly, the murder occurred on Tsereteli Avenue and the man was inflicted injuries with a cold steel. The injured took a taxi to get to the hospital, but he died in a few minutes.
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The United States is concerned regarding the decision of the Georgian government to summon former president Saakashvili for interrogation on several criminal cases. The U.S. Department of State has released a statement in this regards, which says:
Office of the Chief Prosecutor of Georgia has arrested the chief of the shift of the personal security of the late prime minister of Georgia Zurab Zhvania. Mikheil Dzadzamia is accused of negligence of official duties. The representative of the prosecutor`s office has reported the details of the case at the special briefing today.
One of the branches of the Bank of Georgia was assaulted late last night. Reportedly, one masked gunman intruded into the branch of the bank located on the Kazbegi Avenue and took away some cash, the amount of which has not been reported by police or the bank officers.