30 October 2000 BATUMI, Ajara–In Ajara there may not be prosperity, but there is peace. The Black Sea resort zone in the southwest of Georgia, near the Turkish border, is a gem in an otherwise troubled country. Though the autonomous republic has seen better days economically, Ajara emerged unscathed from the civil war that ensued […]

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