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Thousands rally in Georgia as parliament debates 'foreign influence' law


Thousands gather in Georgia's capital, Tbilisi, for fresh street protests against controversial "foreign influence" legislation being debated in parliament. The bill has sparked outrage in Georgia and concern in the West, with many arguing it mirrors repressive Russian laws and undermines Georgia's bid for European Union membership. IMAGES

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