Schedule

08:00 Program "Today in the morning"
10:00 News 
10:05 Musical Mix
11:00 News 
11:05 Musical Mix 
12:00 Program "Gender News" 
14:00 News
14:05 Musical Mix
15:00 News
15:05 Musical Mix
15:30  Program "15 minutes with Radio Liberty"
15:45 Program "English Lessons"
16:00  News
16:05 Musical Mix
17:00 Program "One o'clock freedom with Giorgi Gvakharia"
18:00 Program "Liberty In the Evening"
19:00 News
19:05 Program "Invisible Curtain"
20:00 News 
20:05 Musical Mix
20:30 Radio Liberty Azeri Bureau Program
21:00  Analytical program- Echo of the Caucasus 
22:00 News
22:05 Radio Liberty Armenian Bureau Program
22:30 Musical Mix
23:00 News
23:05 Radio Liberty Russian Bureau Program
00:00 Musical Mix
02:00 News
02:05 Chill Out
03:00 News
03:05 Music Program "Selector"
04:00 Jazz Mix
05:00  Chill Out
06:00  Jazz Mix
07:00 Pop Rock

Current Time 19:45

Listen to news  
  

Politics | Economics | Sport | Culture | Crime | Healthcare | Conflicts | Other


Obama expects borrowing limit increase

US President Barack Obama says he doesn't expect Congress to breach the deadline to increase the nation's borrowing limit.
He says he's willing to negotiate changes to his signature health care law and to find ways to reduce spending, but stresses he will not bargain until after Congress reopens the



Members of Lithuanian Seim visit Vano Merabishvili in prison

Members of Lithuanian Seim, being in Georgia, visited Vano Merabishvili, General Secretary of United National Movement (UNM) Party in prison.
The delegation members said that Merabishvili did not have to be imprisoned. They claimed that his being on freedom did not pose a threat to the public.
- See more



Petition calling for boycotting Sochi Olympics

A petition has been launched by the citizens of Georgia calling on Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili, President of the National Olympic Committee Leri Khabelov and Ministry of Sport and Youth Levan Kipiani to reverse the decision about participation in the Sochi Olympics.
“While the Russian government systematically violates the 12



Government releases statement on Sochi Olympic Games

The government of Georgia will make relevant political decisions if the Olympic Games are ‘extremely politicized’, the government’s statement says.
‘Everybody is well aware that the decision on participation of the Georgian Olympic team in the Olympic Games was very difficult given the occupation of the Georgian regions. Despite



Saakashvili: Putin will not miss a chance to humiliate us

Vladimir Putin will not miss a chance to humiliate us, President Mikheil Saakashvili told journalists while making a comment about the information that one of the torchbearers of the Sochi Olympiad will be the ‘hero’ of the August war – Ivan Nicahev.
According to the President, Putin will do his



Georgian MIA arrests seven for underworld connections

Georgian MIA arrested seven for underworld connections: Lasha Z. (born in 1990), Irakli K (born in 1983), Mirian Ch. (born in 1985) and Jaba Kh. (born in 1979), who were convicted of multiple counts. Nikoloz G. (born in 1990), Amiran D. (born in 1985) and Zviad E. (born in 1990)



20 years pass since the fall of Sokhumi

20 years have passed since the fall of Sokhumi. The Abkhazian side broke the 20 July Sochi treaty and attacked Sokhumi on 16 September 1993. After the 11-day fight the Abkhazian-Russian troops and north Caucasian fighters seized Sokhumi. Thereafter, the towns of Gulripshi, Ochamchire, Gali and vicinity of Enguri River



NDI – Irakli Alasania tops Ministers’ rating

According to the NDI survey, Georgia’s Minister of Defense, Irakli Alasania tops the rating of the Ministers’ performance. Irakli Alasania’s performance is rated as very well by 11%, as well by 38%, neither badly nor well – 37%. Minister of Internal Affairs Irakli Gharibashvili’s performance is rated as very well



Minister of Internal Affairs holds meetings in Latvia

Minister of Internal Affairs continues his visit to Baltic States and the Republic of Belarus.
Within the frames of the visit Irakli Gharibashvili held a meeting at the Ministry of Defense of Latvia. During the meeting “Protocol amending the Agreement between the Government of Georgia and the Government of



<< 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 >>

Headlines

Ukraine shells Donetsk, hits Georgia Consulate

Gharibashvili to attend Turkish President’s inauguration

Angela Merkel to visit Kiev

Visas for foreigners to be issued at Georgian consulates

Temperature to reach 41 degrees tomorrow

CurrencyWeatherCalendar

Donors and Partners