Georgian users blocked on Medvedev`s facebook page
Facebook page of the Russian president Dmitry Medvedev was blocked for Georgian users on Thursday after they posted comments on the wall of the account on social network. Georgian bloggers objected to Russian occupation in their posts on the day of Patriots in Russia. They made multiple posts, a kind of discussion of the occupation issue on the president`s page, but after the posts exceeded several hundreds, the blogers were removed from the list of the users and the page was blocked up for a few hours.
Who will become the candidate for the president from the ruling coalition Georgian Dream is still a topical question after the Prime Minister announced yesterday that the candidate would be nominated next Monday.
A fact of family violence has been reported from Kakheti Region. Police have filed a criminal case on the beating up of a woman by her son in the village of Velitsikhe. Sasha Shamkulashvili has been hospitalized with a broken thigh...
Givi Targamadze plans to return to Georgia. Member of the parliament, who has been in Lithuania for past few months says that he will take the first flight to Tbilisi and join the political activities right after arrival.
Moscow police have arrested five persons in suspicion of murdering a citizen of Azerbaijan and beating a citizen of Georgia. During the body search the officers found pneumatic pistol guns and over 30 cartridges of different types.
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Russian occupants have released twelve citizens of Georgia, who were arrested during past few weeks by them with the charges of crossing administrative border illegally. The representatives of the analytical department, regional police chiefs of the Ministry...
Some four hundred workers of the Fresh Georgia Company rallied outside the factory today. The workers said they were dismissed by the management without reasons or explanations and demanded their return to their jobs.