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South Ossetia hands over body of Georgian citizen 26 days after his death in custody

Archil Tatunashvili, a former Georgian soldier, died in detention in South Ossetia ‘in unclear circumstances’.

South Ossetia hands over body of Georgian citizen 26 days after his death in custody

Archil Tatunashvili, a former Georgian soldier, died in detention in South Ossetia ‘in unclear circumstances’.

South Ossetia links dead Georgian citizen to ‘home-made bomb’

South Ossetian authorities say they found a bomb in Akhalgori, and have linked it to a Georgian citizen who died in their custody last week.

South Ossetia links dead Georgian citizen to ‘home-made bomb’

South Ossetian authorities say they found a bomb in Akhalgori, and have linked it to a Georgian citizen who died in their custody last week.

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