Tbilisi

Do the streets belong to those demanding full rights for the LGBT community, or Hitler-saluting fascists?
A huge flood in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi has devastated the city - and left some rather unusual survivors wandering
From Silvio Berlusconi to Mitt Romney, plutocrats are nothing new in politics, but Ivanishvili gives the practice the post-Soviet, rags-to-riches twist. He insists he is a reluctant politician, but is compelled to enter the arena to fight the "authoritarian" rule of Mikheil Saakashvili, who came to power in the 2003 Rose Revolution.
Situated at the strategically important crossroads where Europe meets Asia, there is evidence still that Georgia is emerging from the collapse as a Soviet Union state.