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Thursday, March 3, 2016, #043 (3577)

Adigeni religious incident settled

A religious controversy in Georgia’s southern Adigeni municipality over the relocation of cemetery land for the Adigeni village's Muslims has been peacefully settled. (more)

Thirty-three men wish to serve in the Georgian Army from Muslim-populated Pankisi Gorge

The Ministry of Defence of Georgia has completed the registration of recruits in Georgia’s eastern Muslim-populated Pankisi Gorge, from where 33 youngsters revealed their eagerness to serve in Georgia’s Armed Forces (GAF). (more)

President pardons 155 inmates


Minister: “If IDPs won’t pay communal fees, they will be suspended of gas and electricity”


The News in Brief

"Georgia is the most successful among the Eastern Partnership countries - Spanish Foreign Minister" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

Defence Minister will not leave the coalition

Georgia’s Defence Minister Tinatin Khidasheli told Rustavi 2 that the Industrial Party’s “attack” on the Republican Party was aimed at pushing the Republicans into the opposition. (more)

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