Bank buys big bucks, more Karasin BS, Kardava in Brussels, TSU Papava mess, Beselia and Kobakhidze get off, Sagarego case closed, This Affects You demo, Malmstrom, Breedlove, PM in Belarus, Usupash sees Saudi King, Estonian tax deal starts Jan, Interpol drops Akhalaia, Sokhumi lets Incident group resume, crude tappers nabbed, Maestro logo, girl pre cadets, electoral working group, S Osset embassy in Rome, no BI on list says Kakhi, Batumi tower, Kargaretili goes green, Jacobs U win, Nowruz, film awards, Sameba fire, French billionaire, miner problems again, Lost in Karastan plough cards, Lelos v Pacifics, soldiers to AfPac, Art Palace, Rosslyn khajapuri, wool to EU, Otsneba man woman marriage law, BI tree on ship, Sukhishvilebi with Savchenko, Rimple on stolovaya, MOMA

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  1. The MEME this week is a video of the 100 year old tree Bidzina is moving to his personal park in Guria, as it sails upright on the Black Sea. Link: http://bit.ly/1UOxYWc

    Another joke about the tree: ‘If you don’t like where you live, leave; you are not a tree.’ The tree has a response for that. Link: http://bit.ly/1RqABYs

    Architecture company GRAFT released the designs of how they will re-design Rose Revolution Square into a liveable public space. Link: http://bit.ly/1MHecEh

    The Sukhishvilebi ballet performed on the streets in support of Nadia Savchenko. Link: http://bit.ly/1UR3DVA

    IWPR reports that health officials and doctors in Abkhazia are against the new anti-abortion law. Link: http://bit.ly/1UOybsp

    NATO released a video on ‘Strengthening Georgia’s Defence.’ Link: http://bit.ly/1XT7HUO

    For Culinary Backstreets, Paul Rimple visits a rare remaining stolovaya or workers’ canteen at the Coca Cola plant in Didube. Link: http://bit.ly/1RDWRUa

    The BBC talks with journalist Kate Kardava about her reactions to the bomb in the Brussels airport. Link: http://bbc.in/22ABND8

    The Washington Times reports on Foreign Minister Janelidze’s trip to Washington. Link: http://bit.ly/25oDgeJ

    In the Council of Foreign Relations, David Kramer argues that it can’t be ruled out there will be a renewed confrontation between Georgia and Russia. Link: http://on.cfr.org/1SVJVIg

    Thomas Grove for the Wall Street Journal writes on Abkhazia organizing to host a soccer ‘world cup’ for unrecognized states. Link: http://on.wsj.com/22sgQXA

    The CRRC has an infographic on Body Mass Index in Georgia. Link: http://bit.ly/1RkDnBS

    Art Villa Garikula has a call for artists for the Fest i Nova 2016 art festival, which will run from May to October. Link: http://bit.ly/1ZB6UZX

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