Keeping Ugulava in, Topadze doesn’t like NATO or NGO’s, South Ossetia annexation, Dream riot in Zugdidi, Ed Min shows anti-UNM video to kids, city hall reshuffle, new US Ambo named, NATO survey team, Geo, Turk, Az presidents meet about pipeline, BI apears on his new 2030 show says people are confused, Kaladze talks to Abkhaz re Enguri Dam, Martvili by-election, BGI lawyer beat up, Zhvania forensic doc acquitted, Margvel speech delayed, Croatia signed, US exercises, EU customs doc, Geo joins EULIS, expensive furniture, Istanbul consul mess, Hyatt on Rustaveli soon, Swedish grant on services, Japan one village one product, Kikabidze Ukraine asylum, Greek arrests, aerial photo, ski win, 122 for deaf, LED street lamps, Moody’s says 3.5 growth 2015, HIV testing for youth, Kvirikashvili is honest, spelling bee

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  1. The MEME this week is a video going around facebook of an older woman doing Georgian dances on Tbilisi’s Amagshelabeli street, along with some enthusiastic young men. Link: http://on.fb.me/1OcFRzI


    A report by the World Bank on improving Georgia’s roads. Link: http://bit.ly/1GQFIN1

    Another great infographic from JumpStart Georgia, on selective abortions in the South Caucasus. Link: http://bit.ly/1CAygXi

    The Kyiv Post profiles Mamuka Mamulashvili, the guy who’s leading the Georgian Legion fighting for Kiev in Eastern Ukraine. Link: http://bit.ly/1KAJ64T

    A travel piece by the BBC to Svaneti. Link: http://bbc.in/1GUKYm4

    Caucasus Business Week has a post on street art in Georgia. Especially Tbilisi has some cool street artists with unique styles. Link: http://bit.ly/1GAfceb

    Watch a video by a Russian duo called Raka-maka-fo. They experiment to see if taxi drivers will drive a girl who’s sick to a nearby hospital for free. And, they find that Russian taxi drivers won’t bring her, but the Georgian ones are quick to help! Link: http://bit.ly/1EzUNCO

    A blog called Iberieli is trying to get you to Georgia by listing why you “shouldn’t” visit, showing beautiful stuff and saying it is horrible, sort of sarcastic reverse psychology. Link: http://bit.ly/1Lx7i8K

    This week’s CRRC looks at Armenians’ desire to emigrate. Link: http://bit.ly/1xlI8Ug

    Agenda.ge looks at women in politics in the few years after Georgia’s independence from the Russian empire. Link: http://bit.ly/1HXnSsT

    Georgian Journal interviews notorious separatist fighter in Ukraine Motorola. Link: http://bit.ly/1MPA41s

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