A mentally-handicapped man is set to be put to death in the US, despite protests from mental health advocates calling it a miscarriage of justice.
Georgia's President Mikheil Saakashvili has conceded that his party had lost an election to a coalition led by billionaire Bidzina Ivanishvili.
Officials drew the numbers for a record jackpot of $640-million in the Mega Millions lottery on Friday night, but had yet to announce the winners.
31 people have been killed and entire communities have been wiped out as a total of tornadoes have ripped through USA's heartland.
Vaclav Havel, the playwright who wove theatre into politics to peacefully bring down communism in Czechoslovakia, has died.
Entire country loses internet for five hours after 75-year-old woman slices through cable while scavenging for copper.
A new business in Georgia is offering single women who need household help the chance to hire 'husbands' by the hour.
United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton reassured Georgia on Monday with a pledge of steadfast support.
Georgians will tell you theatre is part of the national character.
Georgia's opposition said dozens of supporters had been detained overnight ahead of mass rallies against President Mikheil Saakashvili on Thursday.
Russian troops have pulled back from a disputed Georgian village on the de facto border with breakaway South Ossetia, easing fears of confrontation.
Russian troops withdrew from the region around Georgia's Black Sea port of Poti on Saturday, within a September 15 deadline.
Russia on Wednesday ruled out allowing European Union observers into the Georgian regions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia.
Anyone who takes a closer look at recent events should not be surprised by what has happened in Georgia, writes the ambassador of the US to SA.
Putin claims that Washington is to blame for the Caucasus crisis. Does he really think Dick Cheney's that clever?
The flagship of the US Navy's Sixth Fleet dropped anchor off Georgia's Black Sea port of Poti on Friday.
The European Union on Monday froze talks with Moscow on closer ties until Russian troops withdraw from Georgia.
Oil fell to $114 a barrel on Monday, extending the previous session's steep losses.
The Georgian-Russian conflict, which began on August 7, has dealt a devastating blow to the country's fledgling tourist industry.
Russia approved on Monday a resolution recognising the independence of two rebel regions of Georgia, a move likely to worsen relations with the West.