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Iran Ready to Build Power Plants in Georgia

Iran Ready to Build Power Plants in Georgia

Iran is ready to build power plants and transmission lines in Georgia, said Houshang Falahatian, the Iranian deputy energy minister. He made the remarks in a meeting with Georgian Deputy Energy and Natural Resources Minister Mariam Valishvili in Tehran, Mehr news agency reported. Iran’s electricity network can be connected to Georgia’s …

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Merkel Gives Greece 12 Days to Reach Financing Accord

Merkel Gives Greece 12 Days to Reach Financing Accord

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande gave Greece until the end of May to reach a deal on its aid program, urging faster talks to end the standoff over the country’s financing. Merkel and Hollande, standing side-by-side after meeting in Berlin on Tuesday, said they would impress …

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Nina Sublatti Is in Final

Georgian singer Nina Sublatti is among the best ten performers who will perform in the Grand Final of the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest . Nina Sublatti performed her song Warrior in the first semi-final of the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest yesterday and was selected to move on the Grand Final, which …

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Kutaisi- City of Caves and Churches

Kutaisi, Imereti’s main city, is Georgia’s second largest city after Tbilisi. The elegant, tree lined streets of the XIX century houses stretching down to the banks of the Rioni River, along with several attractive parks, make Kutaisi a very beautiful place to stroll around and to take in some of …

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Pub Dadiani Fusion Rolls Recipe (With Instructions)

Culinary is such a fascinating activity! One can make various dishes using the same ingredients. Couple of days ago I tried rolls, but don’t confuse my experience with going to some fancy Japanese restaurant. I would actually ascribe this dish to contemporary Georgian cuisine, since all the products it was …

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U.K. Inflation Falls Below Zero for First Time Since 1960

U.K. Inflation Falls Below Zero for First Time Since 1960

Britain’s inflation rate fell below zero for the first time in more than half a century, as the drop in food and energy prices depressed the cost of living. Consumer prices declined 0.1 percent in April from a year earlier, the Office for National Statistics said in London on Tuesday. …

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The Light Phone – No Games, No Texts, No ….

the light phone

The Light Phone is a credit card-sized device that does nothing but make phone calls. No games, no texts, and no Twitter that you incessantly check up on (the writer of this article has certainly been guilty of that before.) It can piggyback onto your smartphone service so that you …

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Is The Crude Oil Really Over? 

“The crude oil rally has probably run as far it could at this stage. The rally was driven by a spectacular increase in investment demand for crude, both through ETF’s and futures. While US production and inventory levels look set to be reduced over the coming months the continued increase …

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Alibaba Sued Over Alleged Counterfeits

Alibaba Sued Over Alleged Counterfeits

The owner of several of the world’s best-known luxury brands has filed a fresh lawsuit against Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. , the latest challenge to the Chinese e-commerce giant’s assertions that it fights the sale of counterfeit goods on its platforms. The lawsuit, filed Friday in federal court in Manhattan …

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Azerbaijan Sees 5.5% Rise in Economy

Azerbaijan Sees 5.5% Rise in Economy

In January-April in Azerbaijan the volume of GDP rose by 5.5% to 16.6 billion manats compared with the same period last year. Report was told in the State Statistical Committee of Azerbaijan. According to information, during this period 36.2% of GDP produced in the industry, 3.0% – agriculture, forestry and …

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“Senta”: There are no Cartel Deals in the Oil Market

"Senta": There are no Cartel Deals in the Oil Market

Zaal Iakobidze, Director of the oil company “Senta”, refutes the widespread belief in the society that major oil importers regulate prices by colluding through the cartel, in order they to be consistently high. He told “Commersant” that it would be wrong to blame the business in the cartel transactions. “Based on …

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The Microsoft Edge Browser Is A Windows 10-Only Feature

microsoft edge

Microsoft Edge has no immediate release plans outside of Windows 10. The software giant recently indicated that it has no current intention of shipping Microsoft Edge, formerly known as ‘Project Spartan,’ on other platforms. Microsoft confirmed the strategy after the announcement. Interestingly, it’s notable that Microsoft is not working to release Edge on other …

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