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Friday, June 8, 2012, #108 (2624)

Russia responds to Clinton's remarks by accusing Washington of "fueling" Tbilisi

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s visit and “loud supportive statements” for Georgia have prompted a reaction from the Kremlin. (more)

Marshrutka radios silenced in favour of video advertising

Tbilisi Mikroavtobusi, the company that operates marshrutkas in Georgia's capital, has decided to ban the use of radios on their buses (more)

Communications Commission fines Stereo Plus for illegal broadcasts


The News in Brief

"Freedom House categorizes Georgia as "transitional"" (more)


Saakashvili's retirement plan may not yet exist

As always, Georgian politics is full of paradoxes. Opposition leader Bidzina Ivanishvili has unequivocally stated that he wants to be Georgia’s next Prime Minister. (more)

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"NGO claims Georgia has most political prisoners in Europe" (more)

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