Turkey`s police arrests 46 persons with prostitution charges
Turkey`s police have conducted a large-scale special operation in the Ardahan province, arresting 46 persons, two of which reportedly are Georgian nationals. The identity of the detainees remains unknown. The special operation was anticipated by an investigation, which lasted five months, during which the traces of trafficking emerged. The persons involved in the prostitution network were in Hopi and Artvin. 22 of the 46 suspects are still held in the police department, while others were released after interrogation. According to Turkish media, two Georgians will be deported from the country.
Mikheil Giorgadze, who has been nominated as the candidate for the minister of culture of Georgia, had to respond to the allegations on the day of his nomination - the allegations refer to the activities of the Eastern Promotion Company...
Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Gharibashvili has slammed the Chairperson of the Supreme Court of Georgia for his silence following the statement of Ukraine`s former interior minister Yuri Lutsenko. Lutsenko was attending one of the hearings on the case of Vano Merabishvili, Georgia`s former prime minister...
Georgian Young Lawyers` Association has reported new facts of the problem of the so-called prison watches - the inmates, who control the situation in the prison without disobedience to the administration of prison.
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Yet another group of the 23rd Battalion of the II Infantry Brigade of the GAF returned to Georgia from Afghanistan. Georgian military servicemen carried out ISAF mission on the base Leatherneck for 4 months.
At Alkalkalaki, Aspindza and Ninotsminda police stations of Samtskhe-Javakheti Regional Main Division citizens voluntarily handed over 3428 bullets aimed for automatic weapons, 62 hand grenades of various types, 11 cut guns, 3 pistols, 1 rifle and various types of armament.
Prime Minister of Georgia says he is not going to comment on the allegations regarding the attempts of the government to take control on the Rustavi2 Television. As some reports say, the death of the company founder Erosi Kitsmarishvili was one of the parts of this plan. Irakli Gharibashvili told one of the talk shows...
A woman robbed a taxi driver on Kostava Street in Tbilisi last night. The taxi driver abstained from talking about the details of the crime, but reportedly, the woman asked him to buy medicine at the drug-store and when he got out of the car...