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Daily Archives: July 8, 2015

Tbilisi International Theatre Festival to Be Held in September

Tbilisi international festival of theatre is one of the most important cultural events of autumn Tbilisi and  not only  –  the festival has become one of the main performing arts events in Caucasia and Black Sea countries. Since its first days until now  Tbilisi International Festival of Theatre hosted outstanding …

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David Sergeenko: Implementation of Primary Health Care Reform is Underway

Ministry of Health, Labor, and Social Affairs plans to reform the Primary Health Care in the near future. David Sergeenko made this statement on Friday. A statement in this regard was made, at the National Center for Disease Control and Public Health, that hosted a conference on C Hepatitis Elimination Program. According …

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Georgia: First to Use PayWave in the Region

“Simply wave your card in front of a secure reader and you’re on your way,” says Visa’s new service PayWave, a wireless way to pay your money without much technical humdrum. According to Visa, Georgia is becoming a leader to use PayWave technology in the region.  Visa payWave is a …

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Budapest Hotel Construction Suspended Indefinitely

Construction of Budapest  hotel near Vake Park has been suspended and a fate  of the  multi-million project is still unknown. CBW was told at  the Tbilisi City Hall, that the Supervision Department has suspended  the construction due to the violation of safety rules. For several months, CBW was not able to contact …

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Greece Given Until Sunday to Settle Debt Crisis or Face Disaster

Frustrated European leaders gave Greece until Sunday to reach an agreement to save its collapsing economy from catastrophe after an emergency summit meeting here on Tuesday ended without the Athens government offering a substantive new proposal to resolve its debt crisis. “The situation is really critical and unfortunately we can’t …

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Malala Yousafzai: Simple Idea to Fund Education

According to an estimate by the laureate’s nonprofit group, the Malala Fund, about $39 billion would be needed each year to fund the schooling. Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai on July 7 urged world leaders to cut “eight days of military spending” in order to fund access for all …

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Donations For Tbilisi Flood Exceed 24m

24,550,076 million GEL has been contributed to an account opened by specially for victims of Tbilisi flood, so people in Georgia and around the globe can donate to the Tbilisi flood relief fund. The loss inflicted by the disaster exceeded 100 million GEL. Nodar Khaduri announced all donations totalled 24,225,238 million GEL, …

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Flood in Philippines

Metro Manila areas were flooded due to heavy monsoon rains enhanced by typhoon “Falcon.” MANILA, Philippines – Some areas in Metro Manila experienced flooding on Wednesday as tropical storm “Falcon” triggered rains. The weather bureau has not raised storm signal warnings over Metro Manila but raised the “yellow rainfall” warning …

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