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In 2012, Georgian national TV obtained videos of torture and rape in Gldani Prison in Tbilisi, the capital city of Georgia.The videos were leaked to TV channels by a former Gldani prison guard Vladimir Bedukadze. The first video shows ten prison guards picking on prisoners one by one, subjecting them to physical abuse and verbal assaults.But make no mistake – this happened in Georgia, but it’s not much different in other countries either.The only difference is that no tapes of what really happens in Guantanamo have been leaked yet.After the broadcast, the Georgian Minister of corrections and legal assistance Khatuna Kalmakhelidze fired the Chairman of the Penitentiary Department David Chakua, but a few days later, after leaker Vladimir Bedukadze told TV-9 in an interview that Khatuna Kalmakhelidze was aware of acts of torture and that they had been ordered by the Minister of the Interior Bacho Akhalaia, Khatuna Kalmakhelidze resigned. The second video shows a prisoner being forced to strip naked and do what he’s told.With his underpants off, he is then verbally insulted and spat upon. The third video shows an Armenian prisoner being mocked and humiliated.
Moreover, the hotel is located less than 1km from the absolute centre of Tbilisi (Metekhi Bridge) and within walking distance of the key tourist attractions such as the sulphur baths, museums and theatres.For underage girls who have spent most of their lives on the streets, nightclubs like these signal an opportunity to work as prostitutes, child-welfare workers claim.It’s a problem Georgia is only starting to address.Opened on 11 December 1966, it was the fourth Metro system in the former Soviet Union.Like most ex-Soviet Metros, most of the stations are very deep and vividly decorated The Tbilisi Metro comprises two lines, 27.1 kilometres (16.8 mi) in total length, serving 22 stations.