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Georgia’s Future at Stake: The “Russian Law” and its Implications

Many of us have left Facebook because of the negativity, but the silence outside feels deafening, especially considering recent events in Tbilisi. For 36 years, I’ve witnessed rallies for a free and democratic Georgia, and now, staying silent feels like a betrayal.

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Georgia’s Democratic Journey: Progress, Challenges, and Comparisons with Leading Democracies

Imagine a country nestled amidst the snow-capped peaks of the Caucasus Mountains, a land with a rich history and a vibrant culture. This is Georgia, a nation that has shed its Soviet past and embarked on an ambitious journey towards democracy.

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What are the regulations in China and how many Covid cases does it have?

Despite the government’s rigorous lockdown policy, China has experienced its first Covid-19 deaths in six months, and thousands more individuals are contracting the illness. China should reevaluate its strategy, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

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Winemaking in Georgia And Qvevri

Georgia has a tradition of winemaking stretching back over 8,000 years. Archaeological evidence indicates that the first Georgian wines were produced and preserved in qvevri, which are earthenware containers (or kvevri). The qvevri is the most significant and well-known winemaking vessel in Georgia, and it continues to be the focal point of the country’s traditional winemaking.

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Ronaldo And Messi Play Chess In Louis Vuitton Campaign

In the most recent Louis Vuitton advertisement, which was released on Saturday, soccer’s two biggest stars, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, are depicted playing chess. Chess enthusiasts soon realized that the position represented on the board is one from a real game.

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