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Six Nations 2017: Georgia – a Coming Force in World Rugby

Six Nations 2017: Georgia - a Coming Force in World Rugby

The Six Nations is the exclusive club for European rugby’s elite, and there is a queue of outsiders eager to force their way in. Georgia are at the front of that waiting list, climbing above Italy in the world rankings and attracting crowds of more than 50,000 in Tbilisi. They …

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Cloisonné Enamel art is Being Revived in Georgia

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Georgian jewelry artists in the capital Tbilisi are reviving an ancient technique of cloisonné enamel art called minankari. The art form, which was abandoned at the end of the 15th century, has in the last two decades seen a gradual comeback as local artists once again create works through the …

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ASB and Government for Elaboration of Disaster Risk Reduction Roadmap in Education

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On February 23rd aiming at development of a united strategy in integration of civil safety study into educational program international organization Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund (ASB) together with its partner organizations organized a workshop in the framework of We are Ready! Disability Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction for the Culture of Safety Program. Workshop …

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Berlin Film Review: ‘Hostages’

Hostages

“Georgia’s thriving film scene gets a glossily accessible addition in Rezo Gigineishvili’s thrillerish take on a real-life hijacking story. If one of the most interesting developments in world cinema recently has been the emergence of a coherent and impressive national new wave in the former Soviet republic of Georgia, Rezo …

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Georgia Promises 55,000 fans per Game in Six Nations Plea

Georgia Promises 55,000 fans per Game in Six Nations Plea

Georgia would attract 55,000 fans to every game if included in the Six Nations, the country’s World Rugby representative has claimed. Italy’s opening two defeats to Wales and Ireland in this year’s championship have prompted debate over the Azzurri’s future involvement. Amidst the various suggested plans to revamp the format, …

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David Koma Took Cues from the Chokha,“Warrior Dress”.

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Georgian designer David Koma was in a combative mood, as he took cues from the chokha, a centuries-old “warrior dress,” worn by Georgian men. Deep V-lines, bare shoulders and sinuous silhouettes were at the forefront here. Koma embellished them with grosgrain ribbons, metal tubes and in lieu of real-life ammo, …

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