10 April 2002 TBILISI, 9 April (Sarke)–Thirteen years after Soviet troops used deadly force to scatter a peaceful rally in Tbilisi, memories of the event stir deep emotions. The vice speaker of the Georgian Parliament said he has mixed feelings about 9 April 1989; on one hand, said Gigi Tsereteli, the day was tragic because […]

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