2006-12-22IDPs Demand Right to Life and Electricity
Protest demonstrations are going on in Tskaltubo. IDPs have been standing in the street for three days already, and are not going to give in, until Georgian United Energy Distribution Company supplies them with electricity.
2006-11-27IDPs Demand Better Living Conditions
Nearly 2,600 IDPs live in so-called Faifuri District in the suburbs of Zugdidi. Twenty families from Abkhazia live in one of the block of flats there. Seven or eight members of several families live in one room. The building has not repaired since the eighties of the last century. The roof must be changed. The rain is leaking in the house.
2006-11-24Internally-Displaced Persons (IDP) from Tskhinvali Are Left Homeless
In Argvitsi Village in Small Liakhvi Gorge, the trailer of IDP Marusia Midodashvili burnt down, and she was subsequently left homeless. She lived fifteen years there. We have already conveyed the facts about the intolerable conditions the woman had to cope with, yet no one paid attention to her.
2006-09-18Social Conditions of Internally Displaced People in Zugdidi District
Nearly 160 thousand people live in Zugdidi district with about 60 thousand of them Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) from Abkhazia. There is much unemployment. No businesses, factories or mills operate there. But the living conditions are particularly hard for those IDPs who live outside Zugdidi, especially for those living in distant villages.
2006-08-04Gori Refugee Department Has No Resources
2006-06-19Refugees Are Evicted from the Hotels
2006-05-24Threat of Blood Feud in Pankisi
2006-02-02Chechen Refugees Await the Next Attack
2006-02-01Judges in Gori Experience Unfair Pressure
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