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In pictures | International Women’s Day at Tbilisi’s largest flower market

Despite the panoply of colours and the sweet smells, for some of Tbilisi’s flower sellers, it is not an entirely festive affair.

In pictures | International Women’s Day at Tbilisi’s largest flower market

Despite the panoply of colours and the sweet smells, for some of Tbilisi’s flower sellers, it is not an entirely festive affair.

In pictures | Tbilisi’s lemon vendors — the hardships of selling lemons to survive

Selling lemons in the streets at ₾1 for a bag of 5, Tbilisi’s lemon vendors — almost exclusively elderly women — struggle to scrape out a living.

In pictures | Tbilisi’s lemon vendors — the hardships of selling lemons to survive

Selling lemons in the streets at ₾1 for a bag of 5, Tbilisi’s lemon vendors — almost exclusively elderly women — struggle to scrape out a living.

Seeking acceptance: the Pakistanis building a new life in Azerbaijan

For Pakistani immigrants, even those who have built a life and a family in Azerbaijan, official recognition — citizenship — can remain elusive.

Seeking acceptance: the Pakistanis building a new life in Azerbaijan

By Bahruz Samadov

For Pakistani immigrants, even those who have built a life and a family in Azerbaijan, official recognition — citizenship — can remain elusive.

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