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.
The Prime Minister of Georgia has made a special statement regarding the landslide that hit the Dariali Gorge late last night. According to Irakli Gharibashvili, the landslide was triggered by torrential rains and flood, after which two men of the personnel working on the road cleaning in the tunnel are now missing.
Tbilisi City Court is due to hold hearing on the case of Giorgi Dgebuadze - the former chief of the military police department`s division of the staff of Georgian armed Forces. Dgebuadze is accused of premeditated murder...
Georgian military serviceman was named as the best soldier in Afghanistan for his devotion and successful accomplishment of assigned tasks. Private Levan Margvelani from the Special Mountain Battalion was named as the best soldier by the ISAF Command.
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Georgian prosecutor`s office has filed criminal charges against Davit Bakradze yesterday - one of the leaders of the United National Movement, former speaker of the parliament of Georgia, Davit Bakradze is accused of deliberate forging of the data in property declaration and legalization of illegal incomes.
The details of the allegations against the Hermes Funeral Service Bureau will be arguably reported later today - the officers of the investigation service of the ministry of finance carried out inspection in the office yesterday and took away documents for further investigation.
The Minister of Energy and Natural resources, Kakha Kaladze downplays the concerns of some opponents about the possible growth of the electricity consumption charge, saying the electricity tariff will not be changed.
The former chief of the Special State Protection Service, Temur Janashia plans to file a complaint at the Tbilisi City Court to appeal the ruling on arresting his and his relatives` real estate, including the property registered on his ex-spouse.