“Thousands rally in Tbilisi” With Video

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“Georgia reports new attacks, 100,000 rally in Tbilisi”

http://www.africasia.com/services/news/newsitem.php?area=mideast&item=080812164104.xq3zc7hw.php

Georgians rally (Митинг в поддержку президента)”

“Грузия объявила о выходе из СНГ”

“Aftermath of Russian airstrike”

“Georgia withdraws from S Ossetia”

“Tbilisi–My Town”

3 Responses to ““Thousands rally in Tbilisi” With Video”

  1. Leeballz Says:

    The Russians almost appeared to be cutting Georgia off from the sea and slicing the country in half. Now the attack on the airport could be validated by the troop return, but it could have also been part of the plan. If they were not intenting to take the entire country, this was definately a warning that would be heard loud and clear for the Georgians.

    “We can cut you off from the sea and sky quicker then you can say D’oh.” – Artist formerly known as the C.C.C.P.

    “P.S., tell your leaders to watch what they eat, we like to poison people too. Just ask Viktor Yushchenko.”

  2. rosettasister Says:

    “P.S., tell your leaders to watch what they eat, we like to poison people too. Just ask Viktor Yushchenko.”

    Yes, Leeballz.

    Is there an opposition in Russia, or have they all been poisoned?

  3. rosettasister Says:

    “Georgia reports attacks as thousands rally”

    “We would rather die than be under the Russian regime”

    http://www.mg.co.za/article/2008-08-12-georgia-reports-attacks-as-thousands-rally

    MICHAEL MAINVILLE AND IRAKLI METREVELI

    Arriving at the rally, Maia Metreveli (46), who said she was formerly a diplomat, said that she had come “to be with my people”.

    “We would rather die than be under the Russian regime,” she said. “I don’t know what is going to happen. No one can predict what the Russians will do but we know they are capable of anything.”

    Fighting between Russia and Georgia broke out last week after the Georgian army launched an offensive to bring South Ossetia, which broke away in the early 1990s, back under government control.

    — Sapa-AFP

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