Tony Halpin

Moscow Bureau Chief, Times of London

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Moscow Bureau Chief for the Times of London

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Military convoys are rolling out of Georgia today.

Russia Begins Troop Withdrawal, Leaves behind 'Peacekeepers'

Military convoys are rolling out of Georgia today.

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President Bush says the humanitarian effort in Georgia will be going on for a while...but he doesn't have long in office. So what about the candidates to replace him?

Bush Talks Tough to Russia

President Bush says the humanitarian effort in Georgia will be going on for a while...but he doesn't have long in office. So what about the candidates to replace him?

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Grim-faced at the White House today,  President Bush  said an American plane is on its way to Georgia with relief in the aftermath of Russia's invasion.

Bush Promises Aid to Georgia, Talks Tough to Russia

Grim-faced at the White House today, President Bush said an American plane is on its way to Georgia with relief in the aftermath of Russia's invasion.

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