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Saying that neighboring Georgia has been punished enough, the President of Russia has  ordered a halt  to military operations.

Oil, Democracy and Russian Tanks in Georgia

Saying that neighboring Georgia has been punished enough, the President of Russia has ordered a halt to military operations.

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Russian forces have moved further into Georgia's rebellious province of South Ossetia, despite Georgia's call for a ceasefire.

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Russian forces have moved further into Georgia's rebellious province of South Ossetia, despite Georgia's call for a ceasefire.

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