Russian Army move ABL again and deny it, WTO movement, Euros hate new prosecutor plan, Tiniko more weapon deals, no Tusk trip, Ag min in China, Burjanadze in Moscow, Oil companies fined for collusion, Russia says it won’t pay Georgia European court fines, Kadagidze said cut gov expenses, EU cash, UEFA ticket saga continues 50 by 50, conscription may go in a year, Kaladze gets medal, Vitamin Cube Girl beaten by police and they know nothing, more Geo Azeri soccer anger, Zoo move, Cartu flood cash, US tax evasion deal signed, Kubuleti Muslims harassed, Gldani explosion, Spaniards attacked, Zugdidi cops ignore it and lie, Batumi summer stuff and cube hotel, new limonite brand, Usupashvili says banking regulation will remain with Nat Bank, Gubaz likes Iran, Kvachi by Rayfield out, remittences down 20%, theater for kids

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  1. The MEME this week is a picture going around facebook or a letter of invitation to the Mayor of Moscow, from Tbilisi mayor Dato Narmania, inviting him to the European Youth Olympic Festival. Link: http://on.fb.me/1KalHni

    The summer’s must read: Kvachi by Mikheil Javakhishvili, translated by Donald Rayfield. Link: http://amzn.to/1GpoAvD

    Onnik Krikorian argues in IWPR that the Georgian government basically isn’t doing anything to counter radicalism in Pankisi Gorge. Link: http://bit.ly/1V1RY6a

    A new interactive visual from JumpStart Georgia, that allows you to calculate: Can you afford to buy a flat in Georgia? Link: http://bit.ly/1JlJSwk

    Marcin Mamon for the Intercept travels to Pankisi Gorge, and talks with the mothers whose sons have left for jihad in Syria. Link: http://bit.ly/1Hi0iYg

    The magazine ‘World of Interiors’ has a quick look at the romantic atmosphere of Pur Pur restaurant. Link: http://bit.ly/1RCG03T

    Anna Nemtsova looks at the tough job Misha has cut out for him in Odessa, for Foreign Policy. Basically, there’s lots of powerful people in town who are more powerful than him. Link: http://atfp.co/1TGbcwD

    This week’s CRRC blog looks at how Georgian’s spend their leisure time. Link: http://bit.ly/1K5Ob1E

    A Tumblr blog called ‘Sololackey’ on architecture and design in Tbilisi, and featuring Soviet Georgian book covers from the 1960s. Link: http://bit.ly/1MeeN3R

    Agenda.ge features Georgian aircraft designer Alexander Kartveli, who designed the P-47 Thunderbolt aircraft used in the US. Link: http://bit.ly/1OiJBP3

    There’s a KickStarter campaign by the organization PlayWrite that wants to bring their workshops to Georgia, they work with troubled or displaced youth and help them express themselves. Link: http://kck.st/1gEBDoc

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