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Olympics to be started in London
09:50 27.07.2012
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Olympics are to be opened in London today, where Georgians will also fight for the title of Olympic champion. 
On this year Olympics 35 Georgian athletes will contest in 12 species of sports. The flag bearer and the team captain will be Nino Kalandadze, a bullet rifleman, who is already in London together with an archer Kristine Esebua.  
A sportsman, Masiej Rosievich, who has Polish origins, will participate in the games with a Georgian name in National team. According to the sportsman, he made this decision as a sign of the great love that connects Georgian and Polish people.  
Georgian president has hosted members of Georgian Olympic team and wished them success in the sport games before they leave for London.
აღდგომის დღეებში, სასწრაფო სამედიცინო დახმარების ცენტრში 6290 გამოძახება დაფიქსირდა
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"თურქეთში ჩატარებული რეფერენდუმის შედეგები დიქტატორად არ გადამაქცევს"
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