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Parole board session to be held on 15 January

Parole board session will be held on 15 January. Prisoners will be released for Epiphany and as InterpressNews was told by the head of the Parole Board Aleksandre Elisashvili, he has already addressed the President about summoning the session.
He informs that cases of about 250 inmates entered the board.



Severe cold in the forecast for tonight

Severe cold is in the forecast for today. According to the National Agency’s Monitoring and Forecast Center, it is snowing in some regions of Georgia now.
Heavy wind was blowing in the Adjara region yesterday. The weather has brightened up in eastern Georgia today. On 15-16 January there will



PM to meet representatives of local and international media

Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili will meet representatives of Georgian and international media within the framework of the Open Governance project.
According to the PM’s press service, the meeting will be held on 16 January. In addition, the PM will meet regional media too in the nearest future.



H5N1 bird flu death confirmed in Canada

Canadian health officials have confirmed the first known fatal case of the H5N1 avian influenza strain in North America, - BBC reported.
Canadian Health Minister Rona Ambrose said the deceased person was an Alberta resident who had recently travelled to Beijing.
Calling the death an "isolated case", Ms Ambrose said



Discussions over case of Davit Kezerashvili and Gigi Ugulava

Discussions into cases of Gigi Ugulava and Davit Kezerashvili, former Minister of Defense at Tbilisi City Court will be resumed today.

Questioning of witnesses of defense side is planned for today.

The episodes regarding selling of “Imedi” TV and Rike Territory as well as employing of United National



Traffic restrictions lifted on Georgia’s roads

Traffic restrictions have been lifted on Georgia’s roads. The Roads Department told InterpressNews movement is free for all kinds of vehicles.
Traffic was restricted on Tbilisi-Senaki-Leselidze road because of intensive snow fall last nigh



Inmate video visitation to be free on 8 January

By initiative of the Minister of Corrections and Legal Assistance Sozar Subari, on 8 January, regarding Christmas, inmate video visitation will be free, press service of the Ministry of Corrections told InterpressNews.
They inform that the visitation will be free at Tbilisi, Kutaisi, Telavi, Akhaltsikhe, Batumi and Gori probation



President of Georgia congratulates people on Christmas

Georgia’s President Giorgi Margvelashvili congratulated the nation on Christmas.
“With marking the day, we are constantly trying to return to the purity origin in ourselves, try to find force and energy for love and forgiveness, kindness and modesty.
The weakness of our nature fights with the origin but we win



Orthodox Church celebrates Christmas

Orthodox Church celebrates Christmas on January 7. Solemn services will be held in Churches. Patriarch of Georgia Illia the Second delivered Christmas solemn service with St. Synod members and priests at the St. Trinity temple. Christmas epistle was read at the temple.
Christmas put an end to the 40-day fast



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