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Anti-Terrorist Operation Continues
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 22 Nov.'17 / 16:17

As of 16:00, the operation against the armed suspects blocked in a Tbilisi apartment still continues.

Shooting from both the counter-terrorist troops and the suspects continues, interrupted by periodic pauses.

The number and origins of the suspects remain unclear.

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