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Dolphins floated at Black Sea coastline
Publish Time 2016-03-26 14:05:00 Update Time 2016-03-26 16:03:00
The facts of floating up of dead dolphins have been detected at the Black Sea coastline.
The Environment National Agency says that 19 dolphins are detected at Ganmukhuri-Sarphi section.
Virus is said to have served as the reason of fatality.
Black Sea Jazz Festival continues
The 10th Black Sea Jazz Festival continues in Batumi city of Adjara region.
Concert of Prodigy held in Batumi
The concert of Prodigy, an English electronic music group from Braintree, Essex, formed by Liam Howlett in 1990, was held in Batumi city of
Concert of Miles Electric Band in Batumi
The Black Sea Jazz Festival continues in seaside Batumi city of Adjara region. The concert of Miles Electric Band, an eleven-member ensembl
Vanessa-Mae to hold concert in Georgia
Vanessa-Mae, a British violinist with album sales reaching several million, will hold a concert in Shekvetili, Georgia, on stage of Black S
Solidarity activity at Turkish Embassy
Students of the Black Sea University held a solidarity silent activity to Turkish people at Embassy of Turkey in Georgia. They condemned At
Public lecture of Ketevan Kardava
Ketevan Kardava, journalist of Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) gave a public lecture for students of Black Sea University.
Vershbow: "NATO presence in the Black Sea may be increased"
NATO presence in the Black Sea may be strengthened with the forces of Turkey, Bulgaria and Romania as part of a strategy to contain Russia.
Fact of Black Sea pollution
A ship sailing under flag of Malta spilt fecal masses in Batumi port of the Black Sea. The captain was forced to pay the penalty in the amo
2016-07-23 20:59:00 | 1TV
61 dead in explosion in Kabul after officials warned of possible ‘terrorist attack’