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Georgia denounces Russian 'harassment'

Former Soviet state Georgia Wednesday accused Moscow of “harassment” for allegedly shooting down of one its spy planes, escalating tensions between the two countries ahead of a U.N. Security Council meeting. Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke with his Georgian counterpart about the alleged incident. The closed door meeting follows claims by Russia that Georgia had violated U.N. resolutions in using drone spy planes to track developments in the breakaway region of Abkhazia. Full Story

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