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Explosion Rocks Georgian TV Center

An explosion rocked the state television center in Georgian capital Tbilisi on Wednesday, in what the new government said was an attempt to disrupt elections scheduled to replace the overthrown president. “There are some forces in Georgia which are interested in bringing panic to this society, but I want to tell our society that we new leaders won’t allow it,” Georgia’s interim president, Nino Burdzhanadze, told state television. “We will be able to hold normal presidential elections in January.” The state security ministry said the explosion had been powerful but that there were no casualties. State television, which was interviewing the Russian ambassador at the time, continued with its broadcasts and no evacuation of the building was ordered. Full Story

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