National leaders beat up in Samegrelo, Abkhaz guard shoots Gali man, Otsneba relieved as Mechiauri leaves, renewed student conflicts over Student Gov at TSU, Zika goes north, Lari up as Bank spends yet more dollars, rally on unjust sentencing in Cables Case, Beselia lies to Venice Commission on Constitutional Court case, 4 abducted on ABL, Bollywood in Mestia, OSCE monitors, Georgians in NATO response force, Poti cop Beselia relative arrested, Margvel in Istanbul and Warsaw, more Geo wine in China, media monitoring, EU food safety cash, Iran flights, oil plant in Kulevi, elevator factory in Kutaisi, giant Batumi hotel, Tech institute, Misha R2 interview, Shekvetili venue, livestock security points, Defense Conference, Gogol, Bourdain, hipster barber shop, Jordania, new Dive

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  1. The MEME this week is photos of the Manneken Pis statue in Brussels dressed up in traditional Georgian chokha for Georgia’s Independence Day. Link: http://bit.ly/1XBdGj0

    Anthony Bourdain’s episode of Parts Unknown in Georgia aired on CNN. Link: http://cnn.it/1TDOK5J

    Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty features the work of photographer Vakho Khetaguri, the landscape from inside and outside the railway. Link: http://bit.ly/1WYW6XU

    Jako FM looks into an old school barber shop in Tbilisi. Link: http://bit.ly/25p9Kbk

    Georgia Today talks with Lincoln Mitchell about Georgia, Otsneba, and what he expects from the October elections. Link: http://bit.ly/1XBdIaO

    The Kyiv Post reports on reformers leaving their government posts in Ukraine. Link: http://bit.ly/1TMrs0S

    Redjeb Jordania writes about the importance symbolism of the Leuville Chateau in France. Link: http://bit.ly/1sSo76W

    Andrew North in Culinary Backstreets visits and dines at the graves of relatives for Easter. Link: http://bit.ly/27UOcSL

    In the National Interest, former EU and US Ambassadors writes on Georgia’s foreign policy balance. Link: http://bit.ly/1UdUtS0

    NBC news reports on the Noble Partner exercises and says that it contributes to friction between the Kremlin and the White House. Link: http://nbcnews.to/1WHEO0I

    The CRRC looks at whether the Defense Ministry’s special precinct really explains the difference in votes in the Sagarejo by-elections in October 2015. Link: http://bit.ly/1secoPq

    David Jishkariani for Eurasianet looks at the secret police history of Tbilisi Dinamo FC. Link: http://bit.ly/25p9PM8

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