Georgia: IDPs

Swapping Purley-on-Thames for Tbilisi, Georgia pays a visit to collective centers for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) from the August war with Russia. Visiting with an ethnic Armenian Santa Claus and toys for the children, the blog says that conditions have improved in time for Winter, but there is little sign of the IDPs being re-housed in proper accommodation or returning to their villages.

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