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John Miller

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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.

NATO Scolds Russia, Pledges to Help Georgia Rebuild

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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