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Plus, a dwindling number of marchers in Moscow demand the release of political prisoners, and Uzbekistan's first daughter runs into legal trouble at home.
Ukraine's opposition is seeking to bring one million people onto the streets of the capital today to crank up the pressure on President Viktor Yanukovych after his U-turn away from a European integration accord.
Former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili and ex-Moldovan Prime Minister Vlad Filat have spoken in Kyiv in support of the tens of thousands of demonstrators demanding closer ties to the European Union.
Plus, Romania's ethnic Hungarians march for greater autonomy and Bosnian Muslims stage a sleep-in protest over school curricula.
On Dec. 2-6, the average price on AZERI LT, exported from Azerbaijan via the Ceyhan, Batumi and Supsa ports to Italian Augusta port, was $114.98 per barrel or $1.4 more compared to the previous week.
Tbilisi will host a final conference on the Vilnius summit titled "Eastern Partnership - the way after Vilnius summit" on Dec.10.
In troubled Abkhazia, just across the border from Sochi, poverty is rampant and futures uncertain-but the tiny ballerinas of the territory's only dance school still have dreams of the big stage.
PUTIN POSTURING IN YEREVAN SPARKS GEORGIAN CONCERN Georgia Today, Georgia Dec 5 2013 Print version The visit of the Russian President to Armenia turned into a very important event.
The U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland believes that Georgia should continue to set contacts with Abkhazia and Tskhinvali.
Georgia's chain of public-service halls - a fast-food-style dispenser of everything from ID cards to property registrations - broke a mold in the post-Soviet world, where taking care of such tasks usually means taking a long journey though the labyrinths of government bureaucracy.
The German sociologist Max Weber famously remarked almost a century ago, "The only man who has politics for a vocation is one who is certain that his spirit will not be broken if the world, when looked at from his point of view, proves too stupid or base to accept what he wishes to offer it, and who, when faced with all that obduracy, can still say ... (more)
Istanbul, Turkey, Dec.5 By Abbas Akhundov - Trend: The first pilot train, timed to the opening of the railway on the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars route, will be launched in late 2014, Azerbaijani Transport minister Ziya Mammadov said at the panel discussions during the third Caspian Forum in Istanbul on Dec.5. "Implementation of the project, which is a ... (more)
The powerful Georgian Orthodox Church again has revived a fierce debate over whether or not it should act, essentially, as Georgia's fourth branch of government.
In 2009, the Berlin-based architect began designing a bevy of projects in this Caucasus country.
Experts are warning that rural Georgians' heavy reliance on burning wood for fuel is having a devastating effect on forests across the country.