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How Did Georgians in Moscow React to 'Anti-Russia' Protests in Tbilisi?

Protests erupted in Georgia's capital of Tbilisi last month after a Russian deputy gave a speech in the country's parliament. Many Georgians said they were offended by the act, citing the 2008 war fought between the countries.

We spoke with four young Georgians living in Moscow to hear their views about the protests.

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