Georgia forms part of the gateway between Europe and Central Asia, bordered by Russia to the north and Turkey, Armenia and Azerbaijan to the south.
Georgia has arrested 15 people who allegedly spied for Russia, including six pilots in the Georgian Air Forces, Georgian authorities said Friday.
Three coal miners died in a methane explosion late Friday in Georgia, the state-owned Novosta Gruzii news service said, citing municipal officials.
CNN's Ivan Watson takes an inside look at the state ballet of the Republic of Georgia.
Linking Europe with the oil reserves of the Caspian Sea, the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) pipeline was one of the largest engineering projects ever undertaken in the region.
CNN's Ivan Watson profiles the leader of one of the most powerful institutions in Georgia, the Georgian Orthodox Church.
In an isolated mountain valley on the southern edge of the former Soviet Union stands a cliff honey-combed with caves.
CNN's Ivan Watson explores how tourist development might affect a history of quiet in Georgia.
One year after Russian tanks rolled into the former Soviet republic of Georgia, the conflict that erupted over a breakaway territory continues to stoke tensions in the region, with repercussions around the world.
The former Soviet republic of Georgia and one of its breakaway territories, Russia-backed South Ossetia, accused each other of violating the cease-fire that ended last year's Russian-Georgian war, days before the conflict's anniversary.
The crackle of gunfire at night makes sleep all but impossible along Georgia's border with separatist Abkhazia, feeding the fears of so many here that the war they hoped was over may be erupting anew
A Dutch government investigation has found that a Russian cluster bomb killed a television cameraman in Georgia in August, the Foreign Ministry said Monday
A car exploded outside the Russian military's headquarters in Tskhinvali, Georgia Friday, killing seven.
The Russian Foreign Ministry said Monday that "some forces in Tbilisi" are trying to provoke new violence in Georgia.
Russian troops on Sunday began dismantling positions in the so-called security zones inside Georgia that they have occupied since August's war
Georgia's president says he hopes a visit from NATO's chief will accelerate his nation's drive to join the Western alliance
Russian peacekeepers are withdrawing from five checkpoints in western Georgia where they have been since the conflict between the two countries broke out last month, the Russian Foreign Ministry said Saturday, according to the Interfax news agency.
The United States on Wednesday criticized Russia for failing to live up to the cease-fire agreement in Georgia and for refusing to remove its military forces.
A Georgian policeman was shot and killed on Wednesday near a Russian checkpoint in Georgia, Georgia's Interior Ministry said.
European Union monitors will deploy to regions surrounding South Ossetia and Abkhazia by next month and Russian troops will pull out after that President Dmitry Medvedev said Monday
The US Navy delivered 17 tons of humanitarian aid to a Georgian port Saturday, while Russians watched every move.
Pushing back against an increasingly aggressive Moscow, President Bush said Wednesday the U.S. will send an extra $1 billion to Georgia to help the pro-Western former Soviet republic in the wake of Russia's invasion
A Navy ship loaded with humanitarian aid was on its way to Georgia on Wednesday, as the Bush administration prepared to roll out a $1 billion economic aid package
In an interview with CNN's Matthew Chance, Russian PM Vladimir Putin claims a U.S. role in the Georgia conflict.
Western nations and organizations Tuesday condemned Russian President Dmitry Medvedev for recognizing the independence of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, two breakaway regions in Georgia.
U.S. President George W. Bush has urged Russia not to recognize the independence of Georgia's breakaway regions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, saying he was "deeply concerned" by the Russian parliament's move toward recognition.
President Bush is dispatching Vice President Cheney to Georgia, setting up a high-ranking diplomatic mission to an ally reeling from a short, intense war
A U.S. Navy warship carrying humanitarian aid anchored at the Georgian port of Batumi on Sunday
CNN's Phil Black reports on witnessing a significant Russian troop withdrawal.
A train carrying fuel hit a mine and burst into flames near the Georgian city of Gori Sunday morning, according to an Interior Ministry spokesman.
Most Russian troops have withdrawn from eastern and western Georgia, but they still maintain some checkpoints in the country, a spokesman for Georgia's Interior Ministry said Saturday.
Russian forces will be moving out of Georgia by Friday night, Russia's ambassador to the United Nations said Thursday.
The United States has sent 25 planeloads of humanitarian assistance to Georgia even as aid experts try to determine the full extent of the crisis.
When hostilities broke out, the Israeli government rushed to limit its defense industry's ties with Georgia. That's because the Jewish State can't afford to annoy Russia
Mikheil Saakashvili says he will not stop trying to get the Russians out of Georgian territory and continues to insist the war was Moscow's fault
Refugees recount how neighbor turned against neighbor and why some Ossetians can no longer live with Georgians
Russia's president launched a verbal volley at Georgia's leaders on Monday, as Georgia hit back with renewed accusations that the Russian invasion was premeditated.
What the lopsided conflict is teaching military strategists, policymakers and soldiers about fighting wars
A cyber attack coordinated with a military offensive. CNN's Jeanne Meserve reports.
The next large-scale military or terrorist attack on the United States, if and when it happens, may not involve airplanes or bombs or even intruders breaching American borders.
Though Russia says it will begin pulling back its troops from Georgia on Monday, it's unclear how long the redeployment will take, and a Russian lawmaker has compared the situation to the U.S. presence in Iraq.
Georgia accused the Russian army of destroying a key railway bridge Saturday and starting massive fires in the scenic Borjomi Gorge, in violation of a new cease-fire agreement between the two countries.
Russian-backed militia members in western Georgia have seized control of 13 villages and a power plant in the region, the Georgian government said Saturday.
Russian soldiers dug foxholes Saturday on a hillside near the capital of war-battered Georgia as a cease-fire went into effect
Video that aired on a Turkish television network Thursday showed reporters from two stations ducking for cover and saying their last prayers as their vehicle came under attack in Georgia.
A Turkish television network aired video showing reporters ducking for cover as their vehicle came under attack in Georgia.
A reluctant Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili said Friday he signed a cease-fire agreement with Russia and declared in the presence of the chief U.S. diplomat that the West had behaved in ways that invited the invasion
The conflict in Georgia is topping discussions at the U.N. CNN's Richard Roth reports.
The U.N. refugee agency said Thursday that the number of people uprooted by the conflict in Georgia is approaching at least 115,000.
Russia pressed the United States on Wednesday to choose between "a real partnership" with Moscow or an "illusory" relationship with U.S. ally Georgia.
Witnesses tell CNN that Russian tanks are moving further into Georgia.
BEIJING -- I went to a beach volleyball match, and a truce broke out.
Oil prices soared Wednesday after the government reported a surprisingly sharp decline in the nation's petroleum inventories.
A Russian military convoy thrust deep into Georgia and Georgian officials said Russian troops bombed and looted the crossroads city of Gori
The presidents of Georgia and Russia have agreed to a six-point plan to calm the conflict over Georgia's separatist territories, French President Nicolas Sarkozy said late Tuesday.
The leaders of a former Eastern Bloc nation and four former Soviet republics showed support for Georgia in its conflict with Russia at a massive rally in Georgia's capital Tuesday night.
Russian armored vehicles rolled deep into central and western Georgia.
Attacks by Russian hackers against Georgian Web sites, including one hosted in the United States, continued Tuesday even as Russian President Dmitri Medvedev ordered a halt to hostilities against Georgia
Oil prices declined Tuesday as investors wrestled with ongoing concerns about falling global demand and worries about supply disruption in Eastern Europe.
Oil prices fluctuated Tuesday as a stronger dollar and weakening crude demand from China balanced concerns about the Russia-Georgia conflict and its potential to disrupt crude supplies in the region
Georgia's president said Tuesday his nation would withdraw from the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), an alliance of former Soviet republics.
Russian President Dmitri Medvedev ordered a halt to military action in Georgia Tuesday, saying it had punished Georgia and restored security for civilians and Russian peacekeepers in South Ossetia
Russia's lightning invasion of its neighbor is proving that U.S. diplomacy is inflexible and campaign politics a distraction
The Russian military advanced into Georgia on two fronts Monday, heading toward cities outside the breakaway provinces that have been the centers of fighting.
CNN's Matthew Chance reports from Gori, Georgia, where Russian forces have taken over.
Russian troops advanced out of two breakaway Georgian regions on Monday as the outnumbered and underequipped troops from the former Soviet republic retreated to defend the capital of Tbilisi.
The number of people displaced by the warfare in Georgia is approaching 100,000 and the figure could rise, the U.N. refugee agency said Monday.
President Bush condemned the escalated violence between Russia and U.S.-backed Georgia on Sunday, while Vice President Dick Cheney said aggression against Georgia "must not go unanswered."
Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili argues in an op-ed column in Monday's Wall Street Journal that Russia picked the fight with Georgia in South Ossetia to crush Georgia's pro-Western democracy.
Russia is attacking Georgia to achieve "regime change" and crush Georgia's pro-Western democracy, Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili said Monday.
Both Georgia and Russia claim that ethnic Georgians and ethnic Russians are wrongly being detained in the conflict over South Ossetia.
There has been no doubt of Europe's priority in the conflict between Georgia and Russia: Bringing about a ceasefire on both sides and minimizing further bloodshed. Beyond that, nothing in this conflict is simple.
Georgia's president is surrounded by security, who cover him before rushing him away.
Russian forces seized several towns and a military base deep in western Georgia on Monday, opening a second front in the fighting
Georgia's president says his country is facing a "large scale" military intervention. Journalist Elene Gotsadze explains.
As fighting continued Sunday between Russia and Georgia over the separatist province of South Ossetia, U.N. officials expressed concern about violence in another Russian-backed breakaway territory in Georgia.
Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin is criticizing the United States for airlifting Georgian troops from Iraq
U.S. presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama both spoke to Georgia's president Saturday and continued to call for an end to Russia's bombing of the former Soviet republic.
Analysis: By tackling Russia, Georgia's President Mikhail Saakashvili has picked a fight he can't win without more Western support than he's likely to get
The U.S., European Union and international security organizations Friday called for an end to fighting between Georgia and militant separatists that has dragged in Russian forces.
NATO Deputy Spokesperson Karmen Romero says NATO is trying to help Georgia and is in contact with Russia.
Intense fighting reportedly raged for a second night in the Georgian separatist region of South Ossetia on Saturday and Georgia's interior ministry reported air attacks on three military bases and key facilities for shipping oil to the West
Georgia and its breakaway region of South Ossetia offered differing accounts Friday of a shooting that highlights continued tension between them amid Georgia's NATO ambitions.
Former Soviet state Georgia Wednesday accused Moscow of "harassment" for allegedly shooting down of one its spy planes, escalating tensions between the two countries ahead of a U.N. Security Council meeting.
Georgia has asked the U.N. Security Council to discuss Russia's "military aggression" after saying a Russian jet shot down one of its unmanned spy planes.
Georgia sought the backing of NATO and the European Union on Friday after Russia stepped up pressure by announcing intensified ties with two separatist Georgian regions.