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Wednesday, August 13 2008, #152 (1668)

Russian “Peace” declared

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev declared “an end to the peace enforcement operation” yesterday, after Russian troops had invaded Georgia proper on the night of August 10. (more)

Georgians Everywhere Defy Russia

With the war between Georgia and Russia escalating daily, Georgia’s President Mikheil Saakashvili addressed the nation on August 12 and called upon the people to gather in front of the Parliament building in Tbilisi so the entire world could see that the Georgian people are united. (more)

The News in Brief

Two Georgian journalists killed in South Ossetia (more)


1921 all over again

The most unexpected things happen in Georgia. No one anywhere in the world could have predicted that tiny Georgia could now be in danger of being wiped off the map. (more)

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“Kakha Kaladze: Stop the war, bring peace and freedom to Georgia” (more)

Georgian Words of the Day


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