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21.05.2018 - 06:52 [ Resident Advisor ]

Following police raid and protests, Tbilisi’s Bassiani says it faces threat of closure

Georgia maintains strict zero-tolerance drug policies. Random drug tests by police are common, and small amounts of recreational drugs can land people in prison for years. Tbilisi’s clubs are at the forefront of a movement to change the country’s drug laws, especially Bassiani, which has close ties to the activist group White Noise.

02.05.2018 - 19:29 [ Turan ]

Opposition supporters in Armenia block roads to Iran and Georgia

Opposition supporters blocked interstate roads from Armenia to Georgia and Iran on Wednesday, local media reported. „Today all the people demand one thing: our leader Nikol Pashinyan should become the prime minister, 55 MPs from the Republican Party should accept this,“ said one of the organizers of the protesters who initiated the blocking of the road to Georgia near the city of Sevan. A similar situation exists on the road connecting Armenia and Iran. On the outskirts of the town of Vayk, local residents drove large trucks and dump trucks, chanting anti-government slogans.