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Kidnappings Rampant in Republic of Georgia

A wave of kidnappings that has swept the former Soviet republic of Georgia. Last month, Georgian security forces freed British banker Peter Shaw, who was kidnapped in June. But, as in other cases, the culprits remain at large. Many Georgians suspect the security forces themselves are involved in the abductions. Natalia Antelava reports from Georgia.

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