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1500 dead as fierce fighting erupts in Georgia

April 1, 2018
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Russia’s foreign minister confirms that about 1500 people have diedin fighting in Georgia’s breakaway province of South Ossetia. – Brisbane Times (The Brisbane Times — 9 August, 2008)
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THE Russian army said yesterday it had taken the South Ossetiancapital after sending in tanks and troops to fight off a Georgianoffensive aimed at winning back the breakaway province. (Sydney Morning Herald — 10 August, 2008)
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2000 dead in conflict – Brisbane Times (The Brisbane Times — 5 hours ago)
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More than 1400 reported dead as international community scramblesto prevent all-out war. (Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August, 2008)
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Georgia has withdrawn its forces from breakaway South Ossetia, where they had been fighting Russian troops for control, the Georgian interior ministry said on Sunday. (MSNBC — 8 hours ago)
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Russia has ploughed closer to all-out war as it accuses theGeorgian Government of ‘genocide’ in the breakaway region of SouthOssetia and Georgia’s President claims Moscow is trying to’annihilate’ his country. (Sydney Morning Herald — 2 hours ago)
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Embattled Georgian troops pulled out of the disputed province ofSouth Ossetia and agreed to a ceasefire, submitting to Russia’s farsuperior firepower (Sydney Morning Herald — 1 hour ago)
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US calls on Russia to halt attacks in Georgia’s breakaway region ofSouth Ossetia as situation verges on full-scale war. (Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August, 2008)
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BEIJING, Aug. 9–President Bush intervened to try to halt the escalating violence in Georgia, calling on Russia to cease its bombing and insisting that all troops in the conflict stand down.

(Washington Post — 10 August, 2008)
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Air attacks over Georgia intensified on Saturday, as Russian officials reported 1,500 civilian deaths and said their forces had retaken the South Ossetian capital, Tskhinvali. (New York Times — 9 August, 2008)
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