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Friday, September 12 2008, #173 (1689)

Saakashvili: We should build a prosperous country for our citizens

I personally assume all responsibility for the developments which preceded the Russian aggression in Georgia, Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili stated on September 10, as he claimed he would make Georgia prosperous again and restore peace and stability in the country. (more)

The world going one way, Russia the other

Georgia is still a burning issue for the international community, serving as the major bone of contention between the Russian Federation and the rest of world, led by the US and EU. (more)

Abkhazia and South Ossetia will not join Russia

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Dont talk about this now, says ruling party

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Georgian soldiers protest against their dismissal

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The News in Brief

Japan supports peaceful settlement of conflict in the Caucasus (more)

Opinion

EU pressure confounds Russia

Very slowly and unwillingly Russia is giving up the territories it occupied during the aggression, thanks to the pressure of the international community and in particular the uncompromising position of the current EU President, French President Sarkozy. (more)

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"If we lose in The Hague it will be due to government incompetence" (more)
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