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Violent Attacks On LGBT Activist

Owing to the revolt by the LGBT communities across the world, the globe has accepted them as they are.

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By Ajay Kumar

Owing to the revolt by the LGBT communities across the world, the globe has accepted them as they are. But still we find the cases of violence against them very frequent and brutal. Similar incident happened in Georgia with LGBT activist in Tbilisi. More in the video:

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French-Diplomat Wins Georgia’s Presidential Election

Zurabishvili ran as an independent, but backed by the ruling Georgian Dream party.

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Salome Zurabishvili, former Georgian foreign minister, speaks during a news briefing at her campaign headquarters in Tbilisi, Georgia, Nov. 28, 2018. VOA

Georgian election officials say a French-born former foreign minister has won a presidential runoff, marking the last time citizens of the ex-Soviet nation elected their head of state by popular vote.

The Central Election Commission said Thursday that with 99.9 percent of precincts counted, Salome Zurabishvili has won nearly 60 percent of the vote, while her rival, Grigol Vashadze, polled just more than 40 percent in Wednesday’s ballot.

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Zurabishvili ran as an independent, but backed by the ruling Georgian Dream party. Vashadze was supported by a coalition of opposition forces.

Georgia, a country with 4 million people in the volatile Caucasus region, is transitioning to a parliamentary republic. Presidential powers have been substantially reduced and after the new president’s six-year term ends, future heads of state will be chosen by delegates. (VOA)

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