A Year After Georgian War, Refugees Still Coping With Losses

TSEROVANI, Georgia -- Just off the highway between the Georgian capital, Tbilisi, and the city of Gori, epicenter of last year’s war with Russia, lies this settlement of single-story, boxlike houses stretching toward the foothills of the Caucasus Mountains. Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Manfred Ostrowski - Aug 17, 2009 - 3:39 AM PDT
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by Manfred Ostrowski - Aug. 17, 2009

I consider this a high quality report despite its brevity. It describes the situation of Georgian refugees who have been displaced in the 2008 war, and it clearly states their problems.

The article suggests the need for substantial humanitarian aid to the refugees involved. They seem to have been quite forgotten by international politicians and aid organizations.

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