Georgian Returnees in Abkhazia Fear War and Renewed Flight

Amid the phone calls from customers ordering bread, pizza and the cheese-filled pie "khachapuri," Nanka Lashkarava reflected on her life in her 10-square-meter bakery in Gali, south Abkhazia. She holds an Abkhaz ID from a republic nobody recognizes, a Soviet passport from an entity that no longer exists and a Georgian ID card from a country that lies on the other side of a non-recognized border. Still, her current legal limbo seems an improvement on her previous existence as a refugee in...Full Story
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