Gamsakhurdia's warning

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The Independent Online
The ousted Georgian president Zviad Gamsakhurdia, who reportedly killed himself on New Year's Eve, warned in his will that Russia would pay 'a hundredfold' for his death, the Interfax agency said yesterday, AFP reports from Moscow. In the will passed to the agency by one of his aides, Gamsakhurdia declared: 'Russia, you have contributed to my death. You will pay (for this) a hundredfold.'

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