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Tensions Are Flaring Between Georgia and Russia-Backed South Ossetia. Here’s What’s Happened

Tensions Are Flaring Between Georgia and Russia-Backed South Ossetia. Here's What's Happened
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South Ossetian military parade in Tshkinvali

The international community has called for restraint as Georgia warned of a “serious confrontation” with the Russian-backed breakaway territory of South Ossetia last week.

Only Moscow and a handful of other states have recognized the independence of South Ossetia after Russia and Georgia fought a five-day war over the region in August 2008. Russian troops have been garrisoned in both South Ossetia and the other breakaway Georgian region of Abkhazia since the war.

Here’s an overview of what has sparked renewed tensions between the two sides, how international observers are responding and what comes next…

To read more visit The Moscow Times.

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