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Friday, October 17 2008, #197 (1713)

Hague decision a “huge victory” says Georgian Government

The decision of the International Court of Justice on Georgia’s request to impose provisional measures on Russia has drawn conflicting statements from the both countries’ representatives. (more)

The talks spoiled – who’s to blame?

Russia and Georgia are accusing each other of spoiling the negotiations in Geneva on October 15. (more)

US answers Russian demand for arms embargo

Daniel Fried, the U.S. Assistant Secretary of State, has stated that he is “not quite sure” what Russia means by its demand for an arms embargo against Georgia. (more)

BP presents annual Review of World Energy

The BP oil company presented its annual Statistical Review of World Energy 2008 on October 16 in Tbilisi. (more)

The News in Brief

"Vice-Premier of Georgia to tell Canadians truth about Russia" (more)


So what do we do now?

The much-publicised Geneva conference ended up being frustrating. (more)

Press Scanner

"Abkhazians drop projectiles in Zugdidi region" (more)

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