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Umberto Bacchi

Runaway Saudi sisters get help offer from Georgia

19 Apr 2019

TBILISI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Two Saudi sisters who fled their country and appealed for international protection earlier this week saying their lives would be at risk if they were to return to the conservative kingdom got an offer of help from Georgia on Thursday.

Runaway Saudi sisters in Georgia hope to move to third country for safety

19 Apr 2019

TBILISI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Two runaway Saudi sisters said on Friday they have applied for asylum in Georgia but still feared they could be reached by their family and forced back to the ultra-conservative Islamic kingdom.

Fearing death, runaway Saudi sisters appeal for world's help

17 Apr 2019

TBILISI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Two Saudi sisters took to Twitter on Wednesday to plead for international protection and a safe haven, saying their lives would be at risk if they went back to the conservative kingdom.

UPDATE 1-Fearing death, runaway Saudi sisters appeal for world's help

17 Apr 2019

TBILISI, April 17 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Two Saudi sisters took to Twitter on Wednesday to plead for international protection and a safe haven, saying their lives would be at risk if they went back to the conservative kingdom.

Fearing death, runaway Saudi sisters appeal for world's help

17 Apr 2019

TBILISI, April 17 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Two Saudi sisters took to Twitter on Wednesday to plead for international protection and a safe haven, saying their lives would be at risk if they went back to the conservative kingdom.

Georgia's ban on foreign landowners leaves farmers in limbo

17 Apr 2019

TBILISI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Georgian businesswoman Tamar Gerliani planted grapes on a small piece of land to start her own winery three years ago, she knew she faced an uphill battle in an industry dominated by men.

FEATURE-Georgia's ban on foreign landowners leaves farmers in limbo

17 Apr 2019

TBILISI, April 17 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Georgian businesswoman Tamar Gerliani planted grapes on a small piece of land to start her own winery three years ago, she knew she faced an uphill battle in an industry dominated by men.

'Are you scared?': Protests as lesbian conference kicks off in Ukraine

12 Apr 2019

TBILISI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Protesters from far-right and religious groups disrupted an international lesbian conference that kicked off in the Ukrainian capital on Friday, highlighting the LGBT+ community's struggle for acceptance in the country.

Cities are sucking our countryside dry, scientists say

11 Apr 2019

TBILISI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Expanding cities are sucking up ever more water, exacerbating the effect of climate change and threatening to create a "dusty and deserted" rural hinterland, scientists said on Thursday.

REFILE-Cities are sucking our countryside dry, scientists say

11 Apr 2019

TBILISI, April 11 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Expanding cities are sucking up ever more water, exacerbating the effect of climate change and threatening to create a "dusty and deserted" rural hinterland, scientists said on Thursday.

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