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Brewery General Director Shot Down In Eastern Georgia

In the town of Shakhuri, eastern Georgia, Dmitri Dugladze, 67, general director of the local brewery Gomi, was shot down in his office, the Georgian Interior Ministry said Thursday. At about 22:00, local time, on Wednesday an unidentified man in a mask entered his study and made eight shots from an automatic weapon. Two bullets shot Dugladze in the head. The director died on the spot. The killer disappeared. His motives are not clear. The police are inquiring into the version of a contract killing.

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