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Saudi Princess robbed in Paris

Princess of Saudi Arabia robbed in Paris . Reportedly jewels worth 800,000 euros have been stolen from her suite at the Ritz hotel in Paris.

The incident happened on Friday evening when the princess was not in the hotel.

According to local media, the member of the Saudi royal family did not keep the valuables in the safe.

An investigation is underway. (rustavi2.ge)

Two new life-saving drugs discovered

8 January, 2021 , 17:48

As we've mentioned, trials in the UK and five other countries have uncovered two more drugs which can save lives during the pandemic.   Supplies of the anti-inflammatory drugs tocilizumab and sarilumab are alre

Mikheil Saakashvili arrives in Kiev

30 May, 2019 , 11:30

Mikheil Saakashvili, former president of Georgia and ex-governor or Ukraine’s Odessa Region arrived in Kiev, Ukraine. Saakashvili landed at Borispol Airport by a flight from Warsaw. Supporters welcomed him at the a

The Human Rights report of the US Department of State talks about the events around Omega Group

21 March, 2019 , 11:01

The US Department of State published the annual report on the human rights violations. The mentioned document describes the violations that occurred around the world last year. As for Georgia, the State Department highli

Jens Stoltenberg – Georgia always on agenda of meetings with Russia

16 February, 2019 , 10:44

Ukraine and Georgia are always on the agenda of the meetings with the Russian side – Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary-General of NATO said in response to a question of the journalist of First Channel. The question was a

The case of Iberia TV and Omega Group in focus of international media

9 October, 2018 , 14:26

“Big scandal arose a few weeks before the presidential elections in Georgia,” – Radio France Internationale has reported a story about the Omega Group and Iberia TV scandal in Georgia. According to the

Iran arrests 67 people for suspected financial crimes

13 August, 2018 , 10:30

Iranian authorities have arrested 67 people in a drive against financial crime, the judiciary said on Sunday, as the country faces renewed U.S. sanctions and a public outcry against profiteering and corruption. Special I

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