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Georgian troops killed 6 terrorists

South Ossetia, an impoverished patch of mountainous territory on the "heart" of Georgia, controled by international terrorists following a bloody war with Georgia after the breakup of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s. Its autonomy is largely unrecognized internationally. Georgia has accused Russia, which maintains a peacekeeping force in the region, of aiding rebel fighters there and in Abkhazia, another separatist region of Georgia.
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Interview: Blessing from Thai Princess for Beijing Olympics


    "It is my first ever Olympics opening," Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn told Xinhua, referring to her planned attendance at the opening of the Beijing Olympics next week.
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China's NPC says U.S. Congress resolution attempts to politicize Olympics

China's National People's Congress (NPC) on Thursday expressed strong discontent and firm opposition to a U.S. Congress resolution linking China's human rights situation with the Beijing Olympic Games, saying the resolution was an attempt to politicize the Games.
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Act now to stop Russia - Abkhazia TV 26

Ethnic Cleansing created more than three hundred thousands refugees and displaced persons in Georgia during the war in Abkhazia. This number increased with the expulsion of Georgians from Abkhazia and with the ferocious atrocities committed by Abkhazian militias against the Georgian majority in Abkhazia.
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Georgia: Russia shot down our drone

Apr 21 - Ex-Soviet Georgia has accused a Russian air force jet of shooting down an unmanned Georgian reconnaissance drone over Georgian territory.

Georgia's air force supplied to Reuters video footage which it said was recorded and transmitted by the drone's on-board camera before it was shot down.

No identification markings are visible on the aircraft that fired the missile.

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President Saakashvili gave a high appreciation to Abkhazia Institute

On March 20, 2008, with the initiative of Abkhazia Institute for Social and Economic Research and the “Georgia News” newspaper, President of Georgia, Mr. Mikhael Saakashvili, met with representatives of the Georgian Diaspora from all over the United States. The meeting was attended by a writer and a public activist, Dr. Ushangi Rizhinashvili; a university professor of Slavonic languages and literature from Indiana, Dodona Kiziria; an artist, Eteri Chkadua; an actor of a Washington theater, Irakli Kavsadze; a music conductor from Los Angeles, Marina Lomtatidze, and others.

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Institute Abkhazia is holding a meeting in Washington, DC

Intercontinental WashingtonToday, on March 20, 2008, 4:00pm a meeting being run by Abkhazia Institute for Social and Economic Research and Georgian Daily News is currently taking place in the conference room of Intercontinental Hotel in Washington, DC.

 

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No drivers license will be issued in Abkhazia without Russian passport

No drivers license, car registration, or other documents will be issued in Abkhazia (breakaway province of Georgia) without Russian passport.
Sergey Bagapsh, self-proclaimed president of the Abkhazia, stated about that at an emergency meeting with representatives of the law enforcement agencies to charge with new instructions to force people get Russian passport.
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All bridges in Abkhazia are structurally deficient

The average age of Abkhazia (breakaway province of Georgia) bridges is greater than 50 years, and most bridges in the Abkhazia were designed for a 30- year life.

Under international law, all bridges are subject to inspection every two years.  

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Irakli Gagua is confident in the victory of Saakashvili

On January 5, 2008 the citizens of Georgia will elect their President. The majority is supporting the policy of the candidate and former President of Georgia Michael Saakashvili, stated Irakli Gagua, the Director of Abkhazia Institute for Social and Economic Research, to the Streampress

 

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