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Amid the festivities, issues of integration and representation remain.
Treaty organisation will not allow Russia to influence accession.
Winning article follows the struggles of an ethnically-mixed village.
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Bruising rivalry between two political camps has led to an ugly war of words.
19 Sep 13
Mountain villagers take over disused army base because their own homes are falling apart.
6 Sep 13
As Muslims call for rebuilding and Christians say no, officials who cited planning violation struggle to contain damage.
29 Aug 13
Five hundred diaspora members have arrived so far.
23 Aug 13
But critics say schemes to attract foreign investment may not be enough.
22 Aug 13
Russian prime minister talks of improving relations five years after 2008 war, but makes it clear there will be no compromise on key issues.
7 Aug 13
Still hanging on as president, Mikheil Saakashvili is threatened with investigation by a hostile government.
15 Jul 13
Refugees from past wars navigate path between adapting to life where they are, and their hopes of returning home one day.
10 Jul 13
Minister insists decision made internally, not connected with American concerns about Tbilisi as haven for Iranian sanctions-busters.
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