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Tuesday 6 June 2023 Dublin: 13°C

# Tbilisi

This year
Donnacha Ó Beacháin: 'Young people are fighting to reverse Georgia’s authoritarian trajectory'
As protests erupt in Georgia, the DCU Professor of Politics says the country is at a crossroads but wants to lean into the West.
All time
Letter from Tbilisi: George W Bush St, the DOD and 19th century meals
Gavin Cooney moves on to Geneva having been charmed by the Georgian capital, if not the football.
# Career Change
Former AC Milan defender elected mayor of Tbilisi
Ex-Georgian captain Kakha Kaladze turned to politics after a career that saw him win the Champions League twice.
# Agony and Ecstasy
'We got sloppy after scoring the goal and couldn't get on the ball'
Ireland defender Shane Duffy had mixed emotions after tonight’s draw with Georgia.
# feeling the heat
Ireland set to endure soaring Tbilisi temperatures as Walters gets the green light
The Boys in Green meet Georgia in a tricky World Cup qualifier tomorrow.
# Tbilisi
An escaped tiger in Tbilisi has been shot after killing a man
The tiger had evaded capture for four days after its zoo was ravaged by devastating floods at the weekend.
# cities of gold
So what's the most expensive city to live in if you're an expat?
It’s not Dublin would you believe.
# lions and tigers
Pictures: Chaos in Georgia as heavy flooding lets zoo animals loose on the streets
At least eight people have died in the disaster.
# Road to France
McGeady double seals victory in Ireland's Euro 2016 qualifying opener
Martin O’Neill’s men came away from Tbilisi with three points thanks to the Everton winger’s brace.
'Hungry' Coleman intent on helping Ireland secure spot at Euro 2016 finals
Ahead of Sunday’s clash with Georgia, Everton’s flying full-back says he would love nothing more than to represent his country on the ‘biggest stage’.
# Georgia
Five killed as flooding strikes Georgian capital Tbilisi
A river burst its banks overnight, bringing torrents of muddy water and debris through the city centre.
# Assassinations
Secret agents and magnetic bombs: the how and why of modern assassinations
Do assassinations achieve their political aims and how do agents really carry them out?