By empty (5/18/2002 issue of the CACI Analyst)Some 150 families of displaced persons from Abkhazia took refuge on 16 May in the Institute of Geology in Tbilisi. Municipal authorities cut electricity and water supplies to the building, but the displaced persons have locked themselves in and refuse to vacate the premises, claiming they have nowhere else to live. Two months ago, police forcibly evicted some 150 displaced persons who had occupied Tbilisi\'s Botanical Institute.
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