Violência e responsabilidade

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What Responsibility Do Georgians and Armenians Have in Common? por Teimuraz Oboladze, 4 de outubro de 2010

Responsibility means defeating indifference and daring to express oneself, said Bela Tonakian, an Armenian journalist at a meeting in Akhaltsike, a city in southern Georgia. Organized by the Georgian team on June 19 and 20, the objective was to have Georgians and Armenians debate on their common responsibility in a region inhabited mostly by Armenians and characterized by recurrent tensions. (...)

Stop Russia! , 4 de setembro de 2008

Last September 1, Georgians from all over the country gathered together in a massive chain to protest Russia’s continued occupation of Georgia. Winding through most of the major streets of Tbilisi, crowds of people held hands, sang Georgian songs, chanted slogans, honked horns, held up signs, waved flags, cried and prayed. (...)

Address of Tbilisi State University to the European and US Universities , 22 de agosto de 2008

Dear Colleagues, Georgian state is facing a major threat today. [...] Professor Dr. Giorgi KHUBUA Rector Tbilisi State University Georgia] (...)

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