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Friday, August 14, 2015, #157 (3435)

UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon concerned over Russia’s activities on Georgian territories

UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon is concerned over the situation in Georgia’s break-away regions. (more)

City Hall approves Mirza Shapi controversial project amid heated debates

The majority of Tbilisi's City Hall has supported a Mirza Shapi street project that envisages developing activities in the historical-architectural centre of Tbilisi. (more)

NBG increases monetary policy rate


Prosecutor's Office arrests imposter prosecutor


The News in Brief

"Turkey shows growing interest in Georgia’s business environment" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

Notorious cable-case characters restored to their jobs

The individuals who were charged in the so-called Cable Case related to the Ministry of Defence and the Silknet cable company have been allowed to return to their posts at the Defense Ministry. (more)

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