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Yearning in Abkhazia

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Yearning in Abkhazia

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The region of Abkhazia on the Black Sea has been called 'the original Garden of Eden.' Disputes over the land, and blockades by Russia and Georgia, are making life difficult there. But a spiritual tradition called Kebzeh, advanced by elders such as Murat Yagan, offers consolation to many. Alex Van Oss has the story for Weekend Edition Saturday.

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