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Wednesday, June 1, 2011, #099 (2367)

Erdogan, Saakashvili hail opening of Sarpi border crossing point

Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili and the Turkish Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan opened a rehabilitated Sarpi border crossing point on Tuesday (more)

Burjanadze claims to file lawsuits against Georgian authorities and some journalists

A leader of the Democratic Movement-United Georgia party and head of the People’s Assembly, Nino Burjanadze said (more)

Shevardnadze critical of Government reaction to protests


The News in Brief

"Vice Premier Giorgi Baramidze attending spring session of NATO Parliamentary Assembly" (more)


Abkhazia after Bagapsh

The sudden death of Abkhazia’s de facto President Sergey Bagapsh turned the breakaway region of Georgia's attention to snap presidential elections. (more)

Press Scanner

"Patsatsia: Saakashvili’s face changed when I told it" (more)

If the Public Assembly were to re-launch protest rallies would people join them again?
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