by Victor Gomez Georgia Political Assassinations In many ways, the 5 November presidential election in Georgia was over before it could really get under way. Little more than two months after he escaped serious injury in an explosion that was widely perceived to be a car-bomb attack, Georgian leader Eduard Shevardnadze managed to clear the […]

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