GEORGIA Valiko (77) walks slowly with his wife Khazaradze from room to room in their flat in Gori, Georgia. They are lucky. They managed to flee two days before the building was attacked. Valiko looks through windows blown out by the force of bombs. The furniture is smashed and peppered with grenade splinters. The walls are cracked and bits of concrete, glass and plaster lay scattered on the floor. They have just returned after two weeks fleeing from the war between Georgia and Russia. More than 130,000 Georgians had to abandon their homes at short notice, and most of them ended up in the capital city of Tbilisi, in disused kindergartens, schools, old office buildings and closed hospitals.