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Gharibashvili dismisses 7 ministers

 

Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili has removed 7 ministers from their posts – the Agriculture Minister, the Minister of Corrections and Legal assistance, the Minister of Culture, the Minister of Environment protection, the Infrastructure Minister and the Minister of Diaspora have reportedly been removed from their posts. 



I am not sure that Putin is in touch with reality – Merkel

In a New York Times article about the current events going on in Ukraine and the President’s efforts to deal with this situation, there is the following passage regarding a phone call that the President took today from German Chancellor Angela Merkel:
Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany told Mr. Obama



Anders Fogh Rasmussen calls on Russia to stop threats

NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen calls on Russia to stop threats, he said in A statement before the meetings of the North Atlantic Council and the NATO-Ukraine Commission.
“I have convened the North Atlantic Council today because of Russia’s military action in Ukraine. And because of President Putin’s



Biden urges Ukraine government to show restraint

Vice President Joe Biden has called Ukraine's president to express "grave concern" about violent clashes in the capital of Kiev. The White House says Biden called on President Viktor Yanukovych (yah-noo-KOH'-vich) Tuesday to pull back government forces and exercise maximum restraint. Riot police armed with stun guns and water cannons



Georgian citizen found dead in Kiev

Georgian ambassador in Ukraine Mikheil Ukleba confirms that Georgian citizen is among those who died in Kiev.
As Ukleba told Imedi TV, the dead Georgian citizen is Zurab Khurtsia (born on 29 July, 1960).
“The family has been informed. We have spoken to his relatives on the phone”,



Viktor Yanukovych agrees to scrap anti-protest laws

Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych agreed to scrap anti-protest laws but said jailed demonstrators would be released only if barricades are taken down -- on the eve of a key EU-Russia summit in Brussels.
Opposition leader Arseniy Yatsenyuk also formally turned down the post of prime minister, held out by Yanukovych



Biden calls Ukraine leader, urges end to standoff

US Vice President Joe Biden says there's no time to lose in bringing about a peaceful resolution to a standoff between Ukraine's government and protesters.
Biden called Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych (yah-noo-KOH'-vich) on Monday. It's the second time Biden has spoken to Yanukovych in less than a week.
The



Bidzina Ivanishvili’s Georgian citizenship restored

The former Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili’s Georgian citizenship has been restored by the decision of the Supreme Court. According to the information published by the court, Ivanishvili’s review appeal has been approved. The judgment of 29 June 2012 of Tbilisi court of appeals has been abolished. According to the new



4 killed in Egypt’s blast

A car bomb has exploded outside the police headquarters in Egypt's capital, killing four people and wounding 51, Egypt's health ministry says, the BBC reports.
The powerful blast was felt across Cairo and black smoke could be seen rising over the city centre.
A second explosion was later heard



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