For thousands in Georgia, dying a peaceful death is a luxury. From Eka Chitanava TBILISI | In a brick house near London, people are painting pots in red, yellow, and lime. Some of them head off to attend music classes, some go to acupuncture, and others have a massage. This is St. Christopher’s Hospice […]

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