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Slovak PM’s Condition Reportedly Remains Critical After Shooting, But No Longer Life-Threatening [Video]

TBILISI — President Salome Zurabishvili warned that Georgia’s survival as a state is in danger after parliament approved a contentious “foreign agent” law despite weeks of popular protests and warnings from the West that the move endangers Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations.

Speaking at a news conference in Tbilisi with the visiting foreign ministers of Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, and Iceland on May 15, Zurabishvili reiterated she would veto the legislation approved a day earlier, as the government “did not listen to the voice of its people, nor to the advice of its friends, nor to anyone’s warning, and went its own way.”

“The issue of Georgia’s survival is at stake today,” she said.

“I told our friends about our plans for the future, about what should be a European platform that I have been working on for several weeks now and which I will officially present to our people,” Zurabishvili said, adding that her …

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Blues get Faksa from Dallas, Joseph from Ottawa [Video]

ST. LOUIS St. Louis Blues President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today the team has acquired forward Radek Faksa from the Dallas Stars as well as forward Mathieu Joseph and a 2025 third-round pick from the Ottawa Senators, each in exchange for future considerations.