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'Ossetia deal' reached in Moscow'Ossetia deal' reached in Moscow

Russia, Georgia and its breakaway region of South Ossetia have agreed not to use force to try to end their simmering territorial conflict. The protocol was signed after two days of intense talks in Moscow. In recent days, Georgia and South Ossetia appeared to be moving closer to war, while tensions between Moscow and Tbilisi mounted. Georgia wants South Ossetia back under its control, but it has expressed a desire to be part of Russia. Full Story

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