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Voice | ‘My family and I have been made refugees twice’

Only 55 families returned to the Kodori Valley, in upper Abkhazia, following the 2008 August War; Raisa Khachvani, 62, is still waiting to do so.

Voice | ‘My family and I have been made refugees twice’

Only 55 families returned to the Kodori Valley, in upper Abkhazia, following the 2008 August War; Raisa Khachvani, 62, is still waiting to do so.

200 IDP families occupy buildings in Tbilisi demanding housing

A number of neighbours protested against the IDPs, claiming they were walking on the grass and making them feel unsafe.

200 IDP families occupy buildings in Tbilisi demanding housing

A number of neighbours protested against the IDPs, claiming they were walking on the grass and making them feel unsafe.

‘I would never return home again’ — the Azerbaijani IDPs as old as the conflict

For a generation that grew up with the conflict, displaced and moving from place to place, the prospect of continuing bloodshed is especially tough.

‘I would never return home again’ — the Azerbaijani IDPs as old as the conflict

By Seymur Kazimov

For a generation that grew up with the conflict, displaced and moving from place to place, the prospect of continuing bloodshed is especially tough.

Everything was over when the war began

Jnews spoke with Armenians who fled from Abkhazia living in Southern Georgia’s Samtskhe–Javakheti Region, about their experiences of the war.

Everything was over when the war began

By Jnews

Jnews spoke with Armenians who fled from Abkhazia living in Southern Georgia’s Samtskhe–Javakheti Region, about their experiences of the war.

Man ‘attempts suicide’ at IDP protest in Gori

Protesters were demanding public housing in Gori’s Municipal Office when Vitali Gamkhuashvili, a resident of the village of Sveneti, cut himself.

Man ‘attempts suicide’ at IDP protest in Gori

Protesters were demanding public housing in Gori’s Municipal Office when Vitali Gamkhuashvili, a resident of the village of Sveneti, cut himself.

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