10 May 2002 TBILISI, 9 May (Civil Georgia)–It seems that Georgia’s president stretched an anti-terrorist agenda a bit too far when, on 24 April, he argued that Georgian nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) may be supported by international terrorists. So, while the U.S. Green Berets are welcome on Georgian soil, predominantly U.S.-funded NGOs are being accused of […]

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