14 April 2015. Tengiz Sukhiashvili used to make his living by growing cucumbers, tomatoes and other vegetables for the local market. But Sukhiashvili, who lives in the town of Kaspi in eastern Georgia, says pollution from the massive cement plant there has forced him to give up his market garden, and he now works as a taxi driver.



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