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Georgia, Russia post-conflict dividing lines split communities

Amnesty International is calling on Russia to ease what it says is the harsh treatment of civilians living along a disputed border with Georgia.
It accuses the Moscow-backed administrations in South Ossetia and Abkhazia, of stopping free movement and illegally arresting people for crossing the boundaries.
Amnesty International issued a report this month saying hundreds of people face arbitrary arrest each year, when trying to cross the line.

Al Jazeera’s Andrew Simmons reports from Khurvaleti village in Georgia.

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  1. georgians are weak losers cry for the usa georgia they fool you again i am sure 😀

  2. US is paying all these losers… a CIA job, but they're too ignorant, like Ajazeera, to know the difference.

  3. UN is like the neutral bystander, who allows one country to harass another

  4. People who watch RT and defend Russia are inadvertently supporting occupation and terrorism.

  5. Same thing as Trump walls, but Americunt always rights,your wrong

  6. This is cruel and inhumane.

  7. F*ck Georgia and Na*zi* Ukraine.

  8. Russia is evil country.

  9. Dirty russian bastards will soon pay for causing misery and hardships to these poor people

  10. If they're smart just dig a tunnel like what the Vietnamese did! Don't just play the victim's card and seek pity!

  11. Fvck Russia they should keep their dirty hands off precious Georgia.

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