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Southern Gas Corridor – in EU Commission’s Updated PCI list

Gas pipeline

The European Commission adopted a list of 195 key energy infrastructure projects, known as projects of common interest (PCIs) on November 18. Projects of Common Interest will enable the gradual build-up of the Energy Union by integrating the energy markets in Europe, by diversifying the energy sources and transport routes, …

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Who will Benefit More from the China-Georgia Free Trade Agreement?

Tbilisi and Beijing have launched negotiations on establishing a free-trade regime between the two countries. Some experts have already expressed their view that China will benefit much more from the free trade agreement with Georgia. However Mariam Gabunia from the Ministry of Economy’s Foreign Trade and International Economic Relations Department …

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Atlasglobal Launches Fantastic Winter Fares

Atlasglobal

Now, even more people will be able to enjoy Atlasglobal’s high quality travel experience. This winter 2015 – 2016, 300.000 seats are being released for sale at knock-down prices. Buy your flight ticket before 20th November, and travel up to 26th March to qualify for our special deals To  Istanbul …

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Russia May Facilitate Visa Regime for Georgian Citizens

This issue will be discussed during the meeting of Georgian prime minister’s special representative for relations with Russia Zurab Abashidze and Russia’s deputy foreign minister Grigory Karasin Nov.19 in Prague. “The Russian side hinted that it is going to facilitate the visa regime for our citizens,” Abashidze told reporters Nov.18. …

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Georgian Gov’t Takes Steps to Support Maternal and Newborn Health

Georgia is stepping up its efforts to provide better care for pregnant women, new mothers and babies. Monitoring of maternal and newborn health was in focus at the Ministry of Labour, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia today where a new, electronic birth registry system was discussed by health officials in working …

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All Blacks Legend Jonah Lomu Dies Aged 40

All Blacks legend Jonah Lomu dies aged 40

One of the finest rugby union players to have graced the game and a favourite son of New Zealand, Jonah Lomu, died unexpectedly overnight at the age of 40. Lomu, who scored 37 tries in 63 matches for New Zealand between 1994 and 2002, had been diagnosed with a rare …

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Two Air France Fights from U.S. Diverted by Bomb Threats

Two Air France Fights from U.S. Diverted by Bomb Threats

Two Air France flights bound for Paris from the United States were diverted for several hours on Tuesday following anonymous bomb threats, and more than 700 passengers and crew were safely taken off the planes, officials said. Flight 65, an Airbus A-380 that departed from Los Angeles, landed safely in …

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Foreign Companies Scrapping Paris Events After Terror Attacks

Foreign Companies Scrapping Paris Events After Terror Attacks

Corporate events planned for Paris are going dark as Europe’s worst terror attack in a decade spurs foreign companies to scrap visits because of concerns over security and travel disruptions. The Netherlands’ ABN Amro Bank NV, Japan’s Sharp Corp., and home-sharing startup Airbnb Inc. are among companies that have curtailed …

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