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Man beat and wounded his wife with a knife
16:21 10.04.2012
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In Tbilisi, Gldani District, young man beat and wounded his wife with a knife. 

As the representative of Interior Ministry press-service, Zura Gvenetadze, said to “Internet.ge”, the suspected 28-years-old Revaz Qardava is arrested.    

“At this time Qardava is interrogated. He admitted committed crime”, - Gvenetadze said.  „ამ

The wounded woman, Natia Tsiklauri, is taken to the hospital. According to doctors, her condition is stably hard. 

Reportedly, the couple was going to divorce and, presumably, it has become reason for the conflict. Yesterday they were at the police station, where Qardava received warning and wrote written testimony that he would not go to the house of his wife. 

internet.ge 

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