Pro-Russia power grab in Georgia thwarted by massive street protests
"More than 80% of Georgians want to go to Europe, join NATO," MP tells Newsweek. "Politicians who openly support Russia get no more than 2-3% of the vote here."
Russian TV shows Moldova's protests as pro-Russian, Georgia's as U.S.-Led
"it gives them the impression that things are not as bad in Russia as they are everywhere else," ISW analyst tells Newsweek.
Victory for Georgia protesters as "foreign agents" law is dropped
Opposition groups feared the law, if passed, would undermine Georgia's efforts to join the EU and NATO.
Russians Fleeing Mobilization 'Don't Want to Die, Don't Want to Kill'
"It's better to spend an unpleasant day or two waiting to cross the border than to end up in a trench in the Donbas," said Dmitry, a journalist from Moscow.
Russians Fleeing Putin's Order Will Have to Sign Form Condemning War at Bar
"I didn't vote for Putin, he is a dictator" is among the condemnations that must be signed by Russian patrons at a bar in Georgia.
Georgia Elects First Female President
Salome Zurabishvili's post as head of state of the Caucasus country will be largely ceremonial as a new constitution comes into force.
Marijuana Growth Blocked by Church in Georgia
Former Soviet republic's ruling party introduces legislation that would legalize the growth of cannabis to export for pharmaceutical and cosmetic uses.
Russia Launches 3,000-Strong Drill in Disputed Region
Russia is one of the few countries to recognize South Ossetia as independent.
Georgian PM Blames National 'Enemies' for Car Blast
The explosion happened just days ahead of Georgia's parliamentary elections.
Orthodox Christians Shun Pope Francis in Georgia
Pope faces one of his smallest ever overseas crowd in trip to heavily Orthodox nation.
NATO Center to Start Training Georgian Troops in May
The joint-training centre in Tbilisi will take in its first company in the Spring.