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Syria crisis: Obama asks Congress to back military action

US President Barack Obama has formally asked Congress to authorise military action against Syria over alleged chemical weapons attacks, the BBC reports.
He said any operation would be limited, ruling out a ground invasion. Congress is to reconvene on 9 September.
This comes after Washington claimed it had evidence

David Cameron says he does not need to apologize to Obama

Prime Minister David Cameron said on Friday that he regretted the failure of the British parliament to support military action in Syria but that he hoped President Barack Obama would understand the need to listen to the wishes of the people.
"I think the American public, the American people and

Salome Zurabishvili meeting with diplomats

Salome Zurabishvili is meeting Philip Dimitrov, the EU Ambassador to Georgia. Before the meeting Zurabishvili told journalists she was going to discuss the issues related to presidential elections.
‘I want to discuss the issue of my registration for the presidential elections. I want to inform the international community represented in

Barack Obama – I have not made a decision on Syria

President Barack Obama made the case on Wednesday for a limited military strike against Syria to deter the future use of chemical weapons, but added he had not made a decision yet on whether to take action – Reuters reports.
Obama's administration has spent the past week discussing how to

CEC chairperson’s authority expires today

The former CEC chairperson Zurab Kharatishvili’s authority officially expires today, the CEC spokesperson Eka Azarashvili told journalists. She said that the President has 15 days to present three candidates for the post of chairperson to the CEC.
“The members of the Georgian Dream parties have to select the candidates

French Navy sends warship towards Syria

An anti-aircraft frigate from the French Navy was dispatched in the direction of Syria on Thursday morning according to reports as the West appears to be preparing for a military strike against Bashar al-Assad’s regime.
The frigate Chevalier Paul left the port of Toulon in the south of France

Vano Merabishvili case delayed till October 1

The discussion of the former prime Minister and Interior Minister Vano Merabishvili case was cancelled till October 1. Regarding the issue now imprisoned former Prime Minister and the General Secretary of the “National Movement” is releasing the statement.
“Unfortunately, the Prosecutor’s Office once again demanded to postpone the case

191 prisoners released on Saint Mary’s Day

Regarding Saint Mary’s Day 191 prisoners have already been pardoned and released from prison. Giga Giorgadze, the Secretary of the Ministry of Corrections and Legal Assistance held a press conference today regarding the issue. As he stated, convicts have already left prison.
As Giorgadze informs, in the ranks of the

Dimitri Shashkin is ready to cooperate with the Police

The former Minister of Corrections and Legal Assistance Dimitri Shashkin has returned to Georgia from Munich and as he stated at the airport with journalists, that he is ready to cooperate with the police and give comprehensive answers to all questions.
However, as he states, he has not been

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