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Russian leader Dmitry Medvedev said Thursday that Moscow would continue to offer support to Georgia's breakaway provinces.
The presidents of Russia and Georgia agreed Tuesday to the terms of a cease-fire deal aimed at ending the fighting over Georgia's breakaway province, South Ossetia. Vitaly Churkin, Russia's envoy to the U.N., discusses the crisis, and regional experts offer…
Russia ordered a halt to military action in Georgia after five days of clashes over the breakaway region of South Ossetia, but reports continued to emerge of lingering fighting between Russian and Georgian troops.
President Bush warned Monday it appeared that Russian forces may be seeking to depose the elected Georgian government as Moscow sent forces deeper into unstable region. U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Zalmay Khalilzad discusses the American position on the crisis.
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Russian troops continued to push into separatist regions of Georgia on Monday and Georgian forces reportedly renewed some shelling of South Ossetia as violence continued to rage between the neighboring countries over the breakaway provinces.
Tensions between Georgia and Russia escalated Friday as Georgia sought control over the breakaway South Ossetia province and Russian tanks moved in to defend the pro-Russian enclave. Two experts explain the conflict.
The Georgian province of South Ossetia has been trying to exert its independence since it split from the former Soviet republic in the early 1990s. Tensions erupted into fighting Aug. 7, drawing Russian retaliation and raising a new specter of…
Georgian troops launched a major offensive Friday to exert control over the breakaway province of South Ossetia, while Russian tanks and airplanes moved in to defend the pro-Russian enclave.
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