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Mamuka Kakhishvili’s funeral will be held today
09:20 09.06.2012
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Funeral of 18-years-old Mamuka Kakhishvili killed by Russian police in Samara will take place today in Khashuri. 

Mamuka Kakhishvili’s body was brought to Georgia yesterday.

Samara police killed Mamuka Kakhishvili on November 10 of the last year with extreme cruelty. The deceased was disabled and he went with his friends in a bar to celebrate end of the army. However, outside the building police beat him and as a result of it, Kakhishvili died at the scene.   eSamar

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