Bishops attend the visit of Pope Francis to the Chaldean Catholic Church of St. Simon Bar Sabbae in Tbilisi, Georgia. Photo Alessandro Bianchi/Reuters
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A baby is baptised during a mass baptism ceremony at the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Tbilisi, Georgia
U.S. servicemen wait for an opening ceremony of U.S. led joint military exercise “Noble Partner 2016″ in Vaziani, Georgia
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Spectators arrive for the final practice round for the Masters golf tournament in Augusta, Georgia
A boy plays inside a Soviet-era Yakovlev Yak-40 plane turned into their kindergarten in the Georgian city of Rustavi, some 25 km southeast of the capital Tbilisi, on Monday. Local head teacher Gari Chapidze bought the old but fully functional Yak-40 from Georgian Airways and refurbished its interior with educational equipment, games and toys but left the cockpit instruments intact so they could be used as play tools
A local vendor carries beach merchandise at the Black Sea beach resort Ureki, Georgia.
Municipal workers examine the bottom of the Kura River after water was released from the dam in downtown Tbilisi, Georgia on Tuesday. Recent flooding, triggered by torrential rains, killed at least 19 people, destroyed houses and tore up roads
Georgian military personnel march during Independence Day celebration in Tbilisi, Georgia, on Tuesday
A priest blesses servicemen during a farewell ceremony at the Vaziani military base outside Tbilisi, on Tuesday. According to Georgia’s Defence Ministry, a joint company from the IV mechanized brigade of the Georgian Armed Forces is departing to Afghanistan to take over from another Georgian unit, as part of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), NATO military operation.
Spain’s Sergio Garcia hits a shot on the second hole during the second round of the Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia
A snow plow clears downtown lanes on Interstate 75/85 during a winter storm on Wednesday in Atlanta.
Georgians take part in a religious procession known as Alilo, in Tbilisi, to celebrate the Orthodox Christmas
Commuters leave a 60-year-old cable car in the town of Chiatura, some 220km northwest of Tbilisi. Dating to the Soviet era, Chiatura’s public cable cars were built to facilitate the manganese mining industry, which formed the bedrock of the town’s economy. Fifteen of Chiatura’s 21 cable car routes are still running, covering a total length of over 6,000 meters.