A group of scientists claims to have found Georgia's wine making tradition to be older than any other - at 8,000 years. Until now, historians thought the Persians had invented wine about 7000 years ago
The 'oldest evidence of grape wine-making' has been discovered in Georgia, according to researchers. The fermented beverage is "central to civilization," said one of the study's co-authors.
Wanted in his native Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili is engaged in a fierce political battle with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. Saakashvili says he wants to "rescue" his adopted country from Kyiv's "bandits."
With its New Silk Road mega-project, China is building on old traditions. But hard-core geostrategic interests, not nostalgia, are guiding Beijing's investments. Miodrag Soric reports from Tbilisi, Georgia.
Sometimes you find yourself in a country which is seen a tourism insider tip and you can't help but wonder why. That's how DW reporter Kerstin Palzer felt when she visited the country wedged between Europe and Asia.
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