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12 killed in bus crash in India

Twelve children were killed Thursday when a train crashed into their school bus at an unmanned railroad crossing in southern India, police said.
The bus driver also died while another 16 children ages 7 to 14 were injured and hospitalized, said police officer Ravi Nallamala.
They were on their

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”,

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

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

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

State of one of the Georgians, poisoned in Turkey, is critic

The state of one of the Georgians, poisoned in Turkey, is critical, Georgia’s Consul to Turkey Irakli Asashvili told InterpressNews. According to him, the state of another poisoned Georgian has relatively improved.
As for the deceased Georgians, Asashvili said he will have exact information about the transfer of their

US braced for potentially record-breaking low temperatures

Parts of the US are bracing for potentially record-breaking low temperatures as a "polar vortex" brings more freezing weather, the BBC reports.
A winter storm has already blanketed areas of Canada and the north-eastern US with up to 2ft (60 cm) of snow.
It has been blamed for 16

Anders Fogh Rasmussen - Georgia won’t be NATO member in 2014

Georgia will not become a NATO member in 2014. Russian news Agency Ria Novosti informs that NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen told Russian journalists about it.
“Georgia’s new government has confirmed its aspiration to join NATO, but it will not happen next year. We’ll cooperate in the frameworks

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