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Thursday, August 15, 2013, #157 (2926)

Mine accident claims two more lives

The situation in Georgian mines remains unacceptable and the government should urgently take measures to make the situation safer. (more)

Ugulava asks to increase city budget

Kindergartens, water supply, damaged houses, new public transport and gasification are the items for which Tbilisi City Hall requests an additional 17 million. (more)

The News in Brief

"Ex-chief of CEC confirms his intention to run for presidency" (more)


Strange face of Georgian cohabitation

Cohabitation in Georgia seems to be failing. The leaders of the country, President Mikheil Saakashvili and Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili, who represent two different forces, don’t tolerate each other and it is becoming visible to the public. (more)

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"Miminoshvili: ministry tried to keep the results of teachers’ exams secret" (more)

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