New President of Georgia Moves to Unite Fractured Nation

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The citizens of the central Asian nation of Georgia have endured violence, civil war and unrest ever since that nation broke away from the Soviet Union. But NPR's Lawrence Sheets reports that Georgia's new U.S.-educated president is doing his best to reunite the fractured country.



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