Russia has said although it will withdraw the bulk of its troops from Georgia in coming days, it will maintain a military presence to protect South Ossetia. NPR correspondent Ivan Watson reports from Tbilisi.
Russia said Monday its military is withdrawing from Georgia, but left it unclear where its troops and tanks will operate under the cease-fire that ended more than a week of fighting in the former Soviet republic.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Russian leader Dmitry Medvedev said Thursday that Moscow would continue to offer support to Georgia's breakaway provinces.
By PBS NewsHour
President Bush on Wednesday promised Georgia that the U.S. military would deliver aid to help it recover from its fighting with Russia. Former diplomats Lawrence Eagleburger and Madeleine Albright analyze the U.S. response.
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