John Miller

Europe Reporter, Wall Street Journal

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Europe reporter for the Wall Street Journal

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At the Black Sea port of Poti today, Russian forces detained 21 Georgian soldiers and took them away bound and blindfolded.

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At the Black Sea port of Poti today, Russian forces detained 21 Georgian soldiers and took them away bound and blindfolded.

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