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Russia, Georgia, South Ossetia sign accord to end separatist conflict

Russia, Georgia and its separatist region of South Ossetia signed an agreement aimed at ending an escalating conflict over the disputed province. The tiny mountainous region on Georgia’s border with Russia has seen a string of clashes recently that have increased tensions between Tbilisi, South Ossetia’s self-proclaimed government and its protector Moscow. “All sides signed the agreement,” Valery Evnevich, Russian army’s deputy chief for peacekeeping operations, told reporters in Moscow. Full Story

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