An unsustainable burden: Georgian refugees from South Ossetia and Upper AbkhaziaAdd to Lightbox Download
IMG_005 GEORGIA. Ergneti. 2009. A georgian house burnt and ransacked by the Russians army and the ossetian militia, in that the Russians called buffer zone, wide around 30 km, during the war of August 2008. The Russians army took over the cities of Poti, Zugdidi and Senaki in western Georgia, Gori in Central Georgia for two weeks, causing the flight of the 80% of the population of the city and the Kodori Gorge in the Upper Abkhazia as well.
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