Non-stop rains cause collapse of a church wall in Tbilisi
Last weekend`s non-stop rains have caused a collapse of a wall of the Armenian Church on Vertskhli Street in Tbilisi last night. The ruins of the wall fell on a house beside the church and damaged its wall too. Luckily, the collapse caused no casualties. Locals say the church was damaged and it failed to stand the disaster. The church was built in 1701 but it did not function any longer.
Georgian government does not expect arrival of many international observers at the local government elections, which will be held in Georgia on June 15th - Foreign Minister Maia Panjikidze told journalists today after the meeting of the government.
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen says the protracted and frozen conflicts in the Eastern Europe are in the interests of Russia. Rasmussen has reviewed the situation in Ukraine in the interview with the Wallstreet Journal, emphasizing that ...
The United States accuses Russia of spinning a false and dangerous narrative to justify its illegal actions in Ukraine - the U.S. Department of State has released a special statement with ten facts that prove Russian hands in the Ukraine`s crisis.