Map. History of Caucasus conflict

12 May 2021
Georgia's central bank estimated that the financial losses from the Russian ban on direct flights would cause $200-300 million losses to the Georgian economy
Statement by Members of Delegations of Estonia, Georgia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia and Ukraine to the PACE
Seventh day of protests in Tbilisi. Thousands of citizens insist on the resignation of the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
Protest tonight in Tbilisi, Georgia
1 year ago
Putin accepted the resignation of Yunus-Bek Yevkurov, Mahmud-Ali Kalimatov was appointed acting head of Ingushetia
Delegations from Poland, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia and Ukraine have left the debate of PACE. This was due to the unconditional inclusion of Russia's envoys to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe. Georgia and Slovakia as well.
Ex-President Margvelashvili joins anti-government protest in Tbilisi
Young man suspected of killing a 25-year-old resident of Yerevan arrested
Protest in Tbilisi tonight
Armenian Court of Appeal resolves to arrest ex-President Kocharyan
Leader of the ruling party "Georgian Dream" Talakvadze elected as new speaker of the Georgian Parliament
In Nazran and Magas, residents of the Republic of Ingushetia celebrate today's resignation of Yunus-Bek Yevkurov. In social networks, people congratulate each other. On the streets they shoot in the air, many car drivers are honking
In a 5th day of protests outside Georgia's parliament, demonstrators continued to demand the resignation of Interior Minister Giorgi Gakharia following the violent dispersal of protesters on 20 June
Head of Ingushetiya Yevkurov announced his resignation.
Yunus-Bek Evkurov, Ingushetia's long-standing leader (11 years) announces will be stepping down. His acquiescence to border changes with Chechnya (presumably on Moscow's say so) caused mass protests, made him immensely unpopular locally.
The Georgian Ministry of Internal Affairs have suspended 10 policemen from service for exceeding their authority during the dispersal of a rally in Tbilisi.
The Prosecutor's Office of Georgia has launched an investigation into allegations of abuse of power by riot police against protesters on 20–21 June in Tbilisi. They called on the public to come forward with evidence of misconduct to help the investigation.
Islamic State formally claimed responsibility for the inghimasi attack targeting Kadyrov's Presidential Palace in Grozny, Chechnya. IS says "Abdullah al-Shishani" carried out the attack, killing and wounding palace guards before being killed by the police.
1 year ago
Russian consumer rights watchdog "Rospotrebnadzor" service will boost control over safety and quality of alcohol production from Georgia
The ruling party "Georgian Dream" agreed to hold parliamentary elections in the country with proportional election scheme
1 year ago
The West closes its eyes to the excesses of the nationalists and Russophobia in Georgia - Lavrov.
On June 22, eight journalists were detained, while picketing in support of the journalist, Abdulmumin Gadjiev in Makhachkala. All the journalists were released after recording their personal data.
Police patrol was attacked in Grozny, 2 policemen wounded, attacker killed
Protest concluded at the government office today despite heavy rain. It will resume tomorrow at 7pm
Tbilisi protesters, despite rain, heading towards Chancellery of the Government of Georgia. Demands: resignation of Minister of Internal Affairs, release of all detained on 20-21 June, parliament election in 2020 only on proportional scheme
Music has become a big part of recent youth protests in Georgia. Right now at parliament protest continues, it's day 4 since so-called #gavrilovsnight
Creative posters at Tbilisi protest day 4 "Go home vodka" #Georgia
4th day of protests in Tbilisi, Georgia
1 year ago
2 suspected ISIS members were killed in Khasavyurt district of Dagestan
Live from Tbilisi: Crowds sing the Georgian anthem while lighting up their cellphones. Police at barricaded back entrance of the parliament building. Crowds in front of the parliament. A man lights a flare during the demonstration. Photos Amos Chapple (RFERL)
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