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Unique Writings Found in Georgia May Change World History

Grakliani Hill

A unique discovery has been made in Georgia that experts believe could change world history. An unidentified piece of writing found by an archeological expedition from Georgia’s State University at Grakliani Hill, in the eastern Kaspi region, confirmed the existence of the written language on Georgian territory 2,700 years ago. …

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Saperavi Finds a Home in Central Pennsylvania


Fero Vineyards and Winery in Lewisburg specialize in European grape varieties. One that has found a home is Saperavi, the most common black grape from the country Georgia. Chuck and Daneen Zaleski, owners, sourced Saperavi vines from the descendants of Dr. Konstantin Frank. Years prior to coming to the United …

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Tsipras Resigns and Calls Snap Elections


“I’m putting everything I’ve done [in the past seven months] to the judgment of the Greek people,” Mr Tsipras said. His move makes way for the appointment of an interim administration to oversee an election likely to be held on September 20, officials said. Fresh elections — called on the …

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