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Fear and loathing in Tbilisi as homophobic attack pain remains raw

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had its offices in the Georgian capital ransacked by a far-right mob.More than 50 journalists and activists were also attacked.Cameraman Alexander Lashkarava was among them.

He was found dead at home days after being released from hospital.It came as anti-LGBT protesters held a rally to counter five days of LGBT pride celebrations.

One of the events was a March for Dignity on Monday, July 5 that eventually had to be cancelled because of the violence.Tabagari fled the violence that day fearing for his life.

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