Georgia's flagship airline bans president for commenting on Russia flights resumption
Many Georgians oppose any rapprochement with Moscow whose troops garrison two breakaway regions - Abkhazia and South Ossetia - that make up around one fifth of the country's territory
68-year-old Indian-origin doctor charged for sexually abusing patients in US
The Department of Justice has said that a 68-year-old Indian-origin physician in Georgia has been indicted on multiple counts of sexual assault inflicted on four of his female veteran patients during routine check-ups over a 12-month period
Texas mall tragedy: A look at the worst mass shootings in the US this year
Eight people were killed in a Texas mall after a gunman went on a rampage, highlighting how the epidemic of mass shootings continues in the United States. Over the first four months of this year, 115 people have died in 22 such instances. This is an average of one mass killing a week
Georgia: Thousands rally against government
Holding a huge banner that read "For European future", protesters waved Georgian, Ukrainian and European Union flags as part of the protest
America’s Darkest Side: How gun violence claims 114 lives on an average every day
The Nashville school shooting has put the spotlight on increasing gun violence in the United States. So far this year, there have been 9,870 gun-related fatalities in the country – that’s an average of more than 114 a day
How the influx of Russian refugees is affecting countries
The expanding Russian footprint has irritated some locals, especially in Georgia, which fought its own war with Russia in 2008. In Tbilisi, some walk out of the Otkhi ceramics factory when they discover Ukrainians working side by side with Russians
Unrest around Russian borders shows when empires crumble, they become murderous
The new eruptions of the old conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan add to the general picture, namely, instability all around the Russian borders
Are foreign agents flocking to Georgia to incite domestic dissidents and topple an elected government?
No other country has any business with Georgia’s foreign agent law and to talk about Georgia’s internal matter
Georgia withdraws 'foreign agents' bill, protests continue
Opposition leaders said the protests would resume at 7 p.m. (1500 GMT). Giga Lemonjala, a representative of the Droa party, said they were demanding that the government formally denounce the bill and release all those detained during the protests
'No to the Russian law': Thousands protest 'foreign agent' bill in Georgia
The protesters are demanding authorities drop the bill on 'transparency of foreign funding', which critics say mirrors a law used in Russia to force media and dissenting groups to shut down
Georgia's one of the biggest protests continues 2nd day as thousands oppose 'Foreign Agents Law'
Critics say Georgian Dream is too close to Russia and has taken the country in a more repressive direction in recent years. Georgian society is strongly anti-Moscow following years of conflict over the status of two Russian-backed breakaway regions
Georgians protest against draft law on media, nonprofits
The law, which has received initial approval, would require media outlets and nongovernmental organizations that receive more than 20% of their funding from foreign sources to register as “agents of foreign influence"
'You punch, I punch': Watch as Georgian lawmakers brawl in parliament over proposed 'foreign agents' law
The proposed law, which is still in its early stages, would apply to any organisation that receives more than 20 percent of its funding from abroad, requiring it to register as a foreign agent or else face a fine
Fatal shooting erupts at Georgia party with over 100 teens, 2 killed
Investigators have been piecing together what transpired at the Douglasville home. No arrests have been made in the shooting, and it is unclear whether more than one person carried out the shooting
Will Donald Trump be indicted for election fraud?
The Georgia grand jury in its report on the 2020 US elections said that there was ‘no voter fraud’ and that ‘several witnesses lied under oath’. This could mean more legal trouble for Donald Trump, hurting his chances in the 2024 presidential run
Georgia special grand jury wraps up probe of Trump, allies
The investigation is one of several that could lead to criminal charges against the former president as he asks voters to return him to the White House in 2024. Over 6 months, the jurors have considered evidence and heard testimony from dozens of witnesses, including high-profile Trump associates
Georgia vote gives Kamala Harris reprieve as Senate tiebreaker
Harris, a former senator from California, has had much more hands-on experience because the chamber has been evenly divided in an era of sharp partisanship
Explained: What is a runoff election that handed Democrats Senate majority with Georgia win?
Democratic Party candidate Raphael Warnock won the Georgia Senate race in the runoff election held on Tuesday. With this, Democrats now enjoy a 51-49 majority in the US Senate. Why was this necessary?
US midterm elections: Why the Georgia Senate seat is crucial for Democrats
Democrats have secured a two-year Senate majority. However, retaining Senator Raphael Warnock's seat in Georgia's runoff next month could be crucial to their success because it would make legislating much easier than it is in the current 50-50 Senate
Chase Oliver: The 'Star Trek' fan who could impact US politics from his basement
Libertarian candidate Chase Oliver, 37, grabbed 81,000 votes in the Georgia Senate race, leaving the two top contenders with less than 50 per cent of the vote and forcing a run-off election