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Georgia PM declares curfew to halt coronavirus spread

The Star 30 Mar 2020
TBILISI (Reuters) - Georgia will impose a curfew ...
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Georgia PM declares curfew starting Tuesday to halt coronavirus spread

Canada Dot Com 30 Mar 2020
TBILISI — Georgia will impose an overnight curfew, close its public transport, including metro system, and ban gatherings of more than three people from Tuesday to try to prevent the spread of coronavirus, Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia said on Monday.
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Double-decker bus roof torn clean off in bridge crash

The Independent 08 Feb 2020
It might be easy to lay out a clear metro map when there are only 22 stations to mark, but the Tbilisi Metro still deserves credit for doing so in such a satisfying way ... It might be easy to lay out a clear metro map when there are only 22 stations to mark, but the Tbilisi Metro still deserves credit for doing so in such a satisfying way.
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After years of neoliberalism, Georgia’s workers have forgotten what it means to win

Open Democracy 02 Dec 2019
Support rally outside Rustaveli Metro Station in Tbilisi, during 2018 metro workers' strike ... In summer 2018, the Ertoba2013 union, which organises Tbilisi’s metro workers, shut down the Georgian capital for several days, before the city municipality eventually met its demands ... But the metro workers came to the 8 March event too.
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Tracking back

The Independent 08 Sep 2019
It might be easy to lay out a clear metro map when there are only 22 stations to mark, but the Tbilisi Metro still deserves credit for doing so in such a satisfying fashion ... It might be easy to lay out a clear metro map when there are only 22 stations to mark, but the Tbilisi Metro still deserves credit for doing so in such a satisfying fashion.
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Putin orders Russian tourists out of Georgia after anti-Russia protests in Tbilisi

EurasiaNet 22 Jun 2019
Russian-speaking tourists are ubiquitous in Tbilisi, and while the government has systematically removed the Soviet-legacy Russian-language signs from streets, the metro, and other public spaces, the Russian language is again highly visible in the restaurants, bars, and other enterprises catering to tourists.
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