TNET Launches New SUPER APP for Ultimate User Experience

Georgia-based technology company TNET has developed a super app that aims to provide the best user experience possible. According to Nika Chilindrishvili, head of product development at TNET, the super app will combine almost all services and products offered by TNET's platforms, as well as services from partner companies.


US President welcomes ICC’s issuing Putin’s arrest warrant

US President Joe Biden has welcomed the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) issuing of an arrest warrant against his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin.


Georgia Sources Half of Smartphone Imports from UAE, Totaling Over $155 Million

In 2022, Georgia imported a record-breaking $323 million (904 million GEL) worth of mobile phones, a $98 million increase from the previous year.


AI Takes Over the DJ Booth at London Nightclub

At a recent event in a London nightclub, partygoers danced to music generated by artificial intelligence (AI) rather than a human DJ. The experimental evening aimed to assess whether AI-produced tracks could elicit the same response as those played by a traditional DJ.


EPP: We are concerned about the Georgian Dream's attempted attack on the country's democratic values - it was contrary to the European aspirations of the people!

We are concerned about the Georgian Dream Party's attempted attack on the country's democratic values. It was contrary to the European aspirations of the people!, European People's Party says in a statement.


Chinese leader to visit Moscow next week - Reuters

Chinese President Xi Jinping is planning a visit to Moscow next week, Reuters reports on March 13.


Ramzan Kadyrov's horse was stolen

In the Czech village of Krabnice, a horse owned by Ramzan Kadyrov was stolen for $19,000.


Lukashenko called Zelensky a nit

Bedarusi leader Alexander Lukashenko, commenting on the sabotage with the Russian A-50 aircraft at the airfield in Machulishchi, called the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky a "nit". He stated this during the presentation of state awards.


Turkey hit by another earthquake

Another earthquake with a magnitude of 5.3 occurred in the central part of Turkey. Information is spread by the Turkish media.


"Leopards" are already in Ukraine - Minister of Defense of Poland

Several Leopard-2 tanks have already arrived in Ukraine. This was announced by the Minister of Defense of Poland Mariusz Blaszczak.


Russia to use ceasefire for new attack - Blinken

Any suspension of hostilities will be used by Russia to strengthen in the occupied territories and prepare forces for future strikes. This was stated by US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken.


The death toll in Turkey and Syria as a result of a powerful earthquake exceeded 50 thousand

The number of deaths as a result of the most powerful earthquake in Turkey and Syria, which occurred on February 6, has already exceeded 50 thousand.


5.3 magnitude earthquake strikes Iran

An earthquake of magnitude 5.3 hit Iran. The earthquake was recorded at 9:30 Tbilisi time.  


Joe Biden arrived to Kyiv

Volodymyr Zelensky called Biden's first visit to Ukraine as US President a manifestation of the support of all citizens of the country. Joe Biden said his trip is meant to reaffirm "an unwavering commitment to democracy and sovereignty."  


Five killed in Israeli strike on Damascus, Syria says

Syria's military says five people have died after what it alleged were Israeli missiles hit the capital Damascus and surrounding areas on Sunday. 


Syria earthquake baby Aya moved amid kidnap fears

An orphaned Syrian baby born under the rubble of her collapsed home after last week's earthquake has been moved to a "safe location" by a health authority. 


Former US President Jimmy Carter to receive hospice care

Former US President Jimmy Carter will end medical treatment and enter hospice care at his Georgia home, his foundation announced on Saturday. 


Armenia sent humanitarian aid to Turkey today

Armenia sent humanitarian aid to Turkey today, Vahan Hunanyan, spokesman for the Foreign Ministry, reports.  


Prime Minister of Moldova announces resignation

The Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova, Natalia Gavrilita, announced on February 10 that she was resigning after a year and a half in office. According to her, the country is entering a new phase in which security is a priority. The resignation of the head of government entails the resignation of the entire cabinet of ministers, the Moldovan service of Radio Liberty reports.  


FBI finds additional classified file in search of Mike Pence home

The FBI has found an additional classified document in a search of former US Vice-President Mike Pence's home in Indiana. 


Inside Aleppo: BBC sees devastation after quake

Only devastation remains inside Aleppo, a Syrian city that was already dealing with the effects of a years-long civil war before the deadly earthquake hit on Monday. The BBC is one of the first international outlets to report from the government-controlled city, where over 400 people have died. 


Erdogan declares a state of emergency for 3 months in 10 provinces affected by the earthquake

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared a state of emergency for 3 months in 10 provinces of the southern part of the country affected by the earthquake. This is reported by the Turkish media.  


Boeing: Plane maker plans to cut 2,000 office jobs this year

Plane maker Boeing plans to cut about 2,000 jobs in finance and human resources this year, as it focuses on engineering and manufacturing. 


Rescuers work through night after Turkey quake kills thousands

The latest from disaster area - quick recap: 


More than 1,000 killed as huge quake rocks Turkey and Syria

We've just heard from Turkish President Recep Erdogan, who said that at least 912 people had died in Turkey following this morning's earthquake.