Watch: Georgia activists place 145 pairs of shoes outside parliament to honour kids who died in Ukraine war
Nexta, a Belarusian news outlet, shared a 26-second short video on Twitter in which 145 pairs have been used to represent the estimated number of children who have died since Russia's invasion of Ukraine began
Russian President Vladimir Putin "has said right from the start that this is not only about Ukraine,'' said Michal Baranowski, director of the German Marshall Fund's Warsaw office.
After the dust settles in Europe, the wind will blow towards the Indo-Pacific: That’s where the coalition of the like-minded need to come together to protect the free world
Vladimir Putin's recognition of Ukraine's breakaway regions isn't the first time: All you need to know about Abkhazia and South Ossetia
Russia supported the two breakaway regions in their struggle for independence from Georgia, which resulted in a five-day bloody war
Kazakhstan unrest: How Vladimir Putin again seizes on unrest in an attempt to expand Russian influence
If the turmoil in Kazakhstan has exposed the vulnerability of the strongman leaders whom the Kremlin has trusted to keep order, it has also presented Russia with a chance to reassert its influence
A conflict between Russia and Ukraine, with the latter supported by the US and Europe, would be in no one’s interest
The 2019 brazen daylight killing of Zelimkhan 'Tornike' Khangoshvili, a 40-year-old Georgian citizen of Chechen ethnicity, sparked outrage in Berlin
Pablo Sarabia's penalty proved enough for La Roja to take all three points in Athens and move a point above Sweden ahead of a winner-takes-all clash between the sides in Seville on Sunday.
Spain need to win in Greece to guarantee a chance to finish first in the group regardless of other results.
In a social media post that went viral, Drew Desjardins, an animal rescuer, posted photos of tarantulas rescued from the landlord’s house. Desjardins said that four of the 19 tarantulas had died and the python had no water
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Six people including two Georgia medallists removed from Games for breaking COVID-19 rules
Vazha Margvelashvili and Lasha Shavdatuashvili, who won silver medals for Georgia in judo, were removed after going sightseeing.
Jaishankar expressed hope that his visit to Georgia, which is the first by an Indian foreign minister to the country, will be the opening of a new chapter in the relationship
The book also shows how a stiffly polarised political scene endangers democracy.
'What I’d wished to read as a young Black woman': Three romance novels by Stacey Abrams to be reissued
Abrams is widely credited as a leading organiser behind the election earlier this year of Georgia Democrats Jon Ossoff and the Rev Raphael Warnock to the US Senate.
The new law requires greater identification rules for voters, bans handing water to those waiting in line and limits remote ballot boxes. Critics say the legislation is designed to make it harder for Black voters to cast ballots.
FIFA World Cup 2022 Qualifiers: Luis Enrique worried about Spain's patchy form as La Roja scrape past Georgia
The Spanish coach expects more problems ahead for Spain, including on Wednesday against Kosovo, the least experienced team in the group.
FIFA World Cup 2022 Qualifiers: Zlatan Ibrahimovic makes winning return for Sweden; Germany, Italy, England win, Spain held
Ibrahimovic set up Viktor Claesson's 35th-minute winner against Georgia at the Friends Arena just outside Stockholm in his 117th appearance for his national team, his first since Euro 2016.
Germany coach Joachim Löw begins his farewell tour against Iceland in Duisberg. It is Germany's first game since Löw announced he will be quitting after this summer's European Championship.
Police found four women dead at two spas in Atlanta on Tuesday evening. Atlanta Police chief Rodney Bryant said they appear to be Asian
Pro-Trump supporters swarm US Capitol in attempt to overturn election results; four dead, dozens arrested
In Photos: Pro-Trump supporters swarm US Capitol in attempt to overturn election results; one woman dead, dozens arrested