31 July 2021
23:45 - Radical homophobic groups take down the European flag outside the Parliament of Georgia, as police allow them to take over parliament square after the anti-violence rally left the scene. Screengrab from Formula TV live
Both sides of parliament on Rustaveli are full of far right groups. Police just swept the area in front of parliament clean. Pushing them to one side
Homophobic counterprotesters have now surrounded the main demonstration outside the Georgian parliament on both sides. They continue to throw objects including sand-filled bottles and firecrackers
3 week ago
The Azerbaijani Defense Ministry said that an Azerbaijani soldier was wounded as a result of violation of the ceasefire in Karabakh, Baku informed the command of the Russian peacekeepers
People started gathering near @Geoparliament building
Tbilisi: A lot of rainbow flags are seen here, as well as EU flags. There is big Formula TV logo with their stage installed. That big cross from yesterday is still there, no one has removed it so far
Georgians are now taking street to protest what took place yesterday. Crowds gathered in front of the parliament building
[email protected] on Tbilisi homophobic pogroms: "instead of providing a robust response to violence, the government deployed inadequately small numbers of policemen who were only reacting to violent attacks, rather than providing an organized protection for LGBTI activists
3 week ago
1 Armenian soldier wounded in border shootout at Gegarkunik region
Another 3 people died due to the flood - a mother and a child and a 97-year-old immobilized man in the Tuapse region
3 week ago
1 drug-smuggler killed in attempt to cross Azerbaijani border from Iran. 4 ran away
Qatari C-17A diverting over Georgia/Russia3 week ago
Qatari C-17A diverting over Georgia/Russia
3 week ago
The only federal highway in Sochi is closed due to flooding near Lermontovo (near Tuapse)
3 week ago
The second Russian tourist drowned in Gagra in a day during a storm - EMERCOM of Abkhazia
3 week ago
Dzhubga-Sochi highway was closed due to mudslide
A foreign man has been stabbed in Tbilisi in an alleged homophobic attack for wearing an earring, amid today's mass violence that erupted during the anti-Pride rally organized by far-right groups, media reports say
3 week ago
Tbilisi Pride says it cancels March for Dignity, citing a lack of safety guarantees by the Government
FormulaTV journalist Rati Tsverava was violently beaten by dozens of anti-#TbilisiPride21 protesters More than 20 media representatives were physically assaulted by aggressive mobs. No one has been arrested
Over 15 journalists have been attacked by anti-Pride protesters so far in Tbilisi, according to RFE/RL. No one has been arrested yet for the assaults, the Interior Ministry of Georgia has launched an investigation
Journalists under massive assault as far-right groups, church mobilize against Tbilisi Pride. Formula TV journalist Rati Tsverava was attacked at Church-led prayers, seen escorted by police. Tsverava pointed fingers at clerics
"At least twenty journalists have been attacked by hate groups gathered in a counter-rally against today's Tbilisi Pride March". The journalists are from a wide range of public and private media
Journalists from RFE/RL were physically attacked while covering counter-rally against #TbilisiPride march outside the UN UN House. One of the reporters is about to be taken to hospital with injuries to his head and teeth. cc: RFE/RL/ TV Pirveli
3 drawn in the sea in Anapa
More than 10 journalists attacked while covering counter-rally against #TbilisiPride march. Violent, Far-Right groups destroyed camera equipment and physically assaulted journalists
Anti-LGBTI activists are attempting to storm office of "Tbilisi Pride" organization
2 injured in Tbilisi amid tensions between "Tbilisi Pride" community and anti-LGBTI activists. Police calls for "Tbilisi Pride" to cancel planned march
Flooding in Kudepsta near Sochi
3 week ago
FSB claims killed 6 ISIS members in Moscow and Astrakhan region, 2 detained
Gas flows at the Kipoi exit point on the TR-GR border have dropped significantly on 5 July. It is unclear whether the reduction is linked to the explosion near the Umid gas field in the Caspian Sea on 4 July3 week ago
Gas flows at the Kipoi exit point on the TR-GR border have dropped significantly on 5 July. It is unclear whether the reduction is linked to the explosion near the Umid gas field in the Caspian Sea on 4 July
Sochi authorities ordered population near rivers to prepare for evacuation amid flooding threats
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