No gender quota, more amendments to constitution, Papuna fired, Devdariani out, Tatunashvili buried, mom saw signs of torture, Geo expelled Russian diplomat, one year of EU visa free, Lukashenko visits, Izoria visited, Jordanian issues with Abkhazia, Kobakhidze to Geneva, Karasin talks no force, US budget says no bucks to Abkhaz and SO recognizers, R2 attackers from March of Georgian Meat Heads pre trial detention, pro public broadcaster journalist demo, Otsneba very slow on drug policy, Borjomi sakrebulo finally ditches Patriot, charges in Batumi fire, miner killed, Bezhuashvili buys KazTransGas

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  1. **OC Media covered the ongoing search for over 2,000 Georgians and Abkhaz that are still missing from the 1992-1993 war, and how Abkhaz have dealt with their grief from that period. Link: https://bit.ly/2If3SI5

    **Democracy & Freedom Watch wrote about how the status of Georgian as the only official language contributes to the isolation and exclusion of non-Georgian speakers, especially in the Azeri community. Link: https://bit.ly/2GiEEMq

    **Civil.ge wrote about how some feminist groups in Tbilisi marked International Women’s Day, and about Georgia’s feminist heritage. Link: https://bit.ly/2DZhbcQ

    **Eurasianet wrote about Iranian tourists in the South Caucasus for Nowruz. Link: https://bit.ly/2Gwzfk7

    **Post Pravda talked briefly to the editor of Danarti, Elene Abashidze, about the magazine, Georgian visual culture, and surviving the ‘90s in Georgia. Link: https://bit.ly/2GDKPK5

    **Eurasianet also covered the increasing popularity of Georgian rugby. Link: https://bit.ly/2E4aRRL

    **The New York Times reviewed “Our Blood is Wine,” a documentary about post-Soviet winemaking in Georgia. Link: https://nyti.ms/2pgu6Ca

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