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  • proper noun An autonomous republic of Georgia located in its southwestern corner, bordered by Turkey to the south and by the Black Sea to the west. Predominantly populated by Muslim Georgians. Capital: Batumi.

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  • Adjara is more firmly under Tbilisi's control than Stratfor seems to think.

    April Books 3) From One To Zero: A Universal History of Numbers, by Georges Ifrah

  • Adjara is a fairly benign criminal warlordship run by one Aslan Abashidze, whose power over Aslanistan, as it is locally known, is made possible by the customs duties he extracts on legal and illegal goods entering by sea or over this land border with Turkey.

    Where Europe Vanishes

  • Adjara is a fairly benign criminal warlordship run by one Aslan Abashidze, whose power over Aslanistan, as it is locally known, is made possible by the customs duties he extracts on legal and illegal goods entering by sea or over this land border with Turkey.

    Where Europe Vanishes

  • Adjara is a fairly benign criminal warlordship run by one Aslan Abashidze, whose power over Aslanistan, as it is locally known, is made possible by the customs duties he extracts on legal and illegal goods entering by sea or over this land border with Turkey.

    Where Europe Vanishes

  • He quickly succeeded in forcing Adjara into submission with an economic blockade.

    The Return

  • He quickly succeeded in forcing Adjara into submission with an economic blockade.

    The Return

  • He quickly succeeded in forcing Adjara into submission with an economic blockade.

    The Return

  • He quickly succeeded in forcing Adjara into submission with an economic blockade.

    The Return

  • The suspects announced Friday were accused of operating out of Adjara, a western Georgian province that had been a Moscow-backed rebel region until Tbilisi regained control of it in 2004.

    Georgia Arrests 13 Accused of Spying for Russia

  • "They burnt my house and even though I swore on the Koran that I am not a witch, they wouldn't believe me," explained Adjara as she prepared dinner under the protection of the camp's gendarmes.

    Witchcraft Allegations At Dosseye Refugee Camp

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