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#South Ossetia

South Ossetian journalist ‘under pressure’ from authorities

Irina Kelekhsayeva says she was asked to quit her job after reporting on a ‘disagreement’ between the South Ossetian leader and a Russian investor.

South Ossetian journalist ‘under pressure’ from authorities

Irina Kelekhsayeva says she was asked to quit her job after reporting on a ‘disagreement’ between the South Ossetian leader and a Russian investor.

Russian Duma ratifies merger of South Ossetian forces with Russian military

Russia gave the final go-ahead for the merger on 24 January, a day after the first batch of American Javelin anti-tank missiles arrived in Georgia.

Russian Duma ratifies merger of South Ossetian forces with Russian military

Russia gave the final go-ahead for the merger on 24 January, a day after the first batch of American Javelin anti-tank missiles arrived in Georgia.

South Ossetian leader meets with Bosnian Serb counterpart

Anatoly Bibilov visited Republika Srpska to open South Ossetian representation there, sparking controversy in Georgia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

South Ossetian leader meets with Bosnian Serb counterpart

Anatoly Bibilov visited Republika Srpska to open South Ossetian representation there, sparking controversy in Georgia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Opinion | The Abkhazia and South Ossetia conflicts are not just about Russia

The only way out of the stalemate in the conflicts is to start paying attention to the Abkhazian and South Ossetian experience.

Opinion | The Abkhazia and South Ossetia conflicts are not just about Russia

By Archil Sikharulidze

The only way out of the stalemate in the conflicts is to start paying attention to the Abkhazian and South Ossetian experience.

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