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Tuesday, July 11, 2017, #133 (3925)

No evidence proves Azeri journalist’s abduction

Georgia’s Interior Minister, Giorgi Mgebrishvili, says there is no evidence that can prove that Azeri investigative journalist Afghan Mukhtarli was abducted from the centre of Tbilisi, as the parliamentary opposition, some NGOs and Mukhtarli’s family claim. (more)

Tourists not at the expense of security

Georgia’s Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili has stated that Georgia welcomes tourists from all nations, but this does not mean the state agencies responsible for security should be prevented or hindered from fulfilling their obligations appropriately. (more)

Fire destroys market in Poti


Georgian migrants to Israel decreased


The News in Brief

"Georgia in the OSCE PA’s Minsk Declaration" (more)

Opinion & Analysis

Senators for tougher sanctions against Russia

The US Senate could soon vote on additional sanctions against Russia, following months of angst among senators on both sides of the aisle who have wanted harsher US action against Russia for meddling in last year's presidential election, CNN reports. (more)

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