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Communist symbols to be banned in Georgia

4 May 2014 Last updated at 02:18 BST

The government of Georgia is introducing new measures to ban symbols of its totalitarian past, including statues of the former Soviet leader, and native Georgian, Joseph Stalin.

A new commission is being set up to enforce the law.

Rayhan Demytrie reports.

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