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GEORGIA-OSSETIA/ELECTIONS
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December 05, 2011
A local resident listens to South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity during a meeting in Tskhinvali December...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
A local resident listens to South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity during a meeting in Tskhinvali
A local resident listens to South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity during a meeting in Tskhinvali December 5, 2011. A court in Georgia's Moscow-backed breakaway region of South Ossetia has thrown out the results of a vote for president and ordered a new election in March, after ruling on November 30 that one of two run-off candidates committed foul play. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (GEORGIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/ELECTIONS
RTR2UUXT
December 05, 2011
Local residents listen to South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity during a meeting in Tskhinvali December...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
Local residents listen to South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity during a meeting in Tskhinvali
Local residents listen to South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity during a meeting in Tskhinvali December 5, 2011. A court in Georgia's Moscow-backed breakaway region of South Ossetia has thrown out the results of a vote for president and ordered a new election in March, after ruling on November 30 that one of two run-off candidates committed foul play. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (GEORGIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/ELECTIONS
RTR2UUXS
December 05, 2011
Local residents listen to South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity during a meeting in Tskhinvali December...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
Local residents listen to South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity during a meeting in Tskhinvali
Local residents listen to South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity during a meeting in Tskhinvali December 5, 2011. A court in Georgia's Moscow-backed breakaway region of South Ossetia has thrown out the results of a vote for president and ordered a new election in March, after ruling on November 30 that one of two run-off candidates committed foul play. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (GEORGIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/ELECTIONS
RTR2UUXQ
December 05, 2011
South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity meets with local residents in Tskhinvali December 5, 2011. A...
Tskhinvali, Russia
South Ossetian President Kokoity meets with local residents in Tskhinvali
South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity meets with local residents in Tskhinvali December 5, 2011. A court in Georgia's Moscow-backed breakaway region of South Ossetia has thrown out the results of a vote for president and ordered a new election in March, after ruling on November 30 that one of two run-off candidates committed foul play. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (GEORGIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CRIME LAW)
RUSSIA-ELECTION/
RTR2UTL1
December 04, 2011
South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity casts his ballot at a polling station during the Russian parliamentary...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity casts his ballot at a polling station during the Russian parliamentary...
South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity casts his ballot at a polling station during the Russian parliamentary elections in the South Ossetian city of Tskhinvali, December 4, 2011. Vladimir Putin's ruling party could see its vast parliamentary majority cut back on Sunday in elections widely seen as a test of his popularity ahead of an expected return to the presidency early next year. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (GEORGIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/ELECTIONS
RTR2UQI2
December 02, 2011
South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity (R) chairs a meeting dedicated to the forthcoming parliamentary...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
South Ossetian President Kokoity chairs a meeting dedicated to the forthcoming parliamentary elections...
South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity (R) chairs a meeting dedicated to the forthcoming parliamentary elections in Russia in Tskhinvali December 2, 2011. A court in Georgia's Moscow-backed breakaway region of South Ossetia has thrown out the results of a vote for president and ordered a new election in March, after ruling on November 30 that one of two run-off candidates committed foul play. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (GEORGIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST ELECTIONS POLITICS)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/ELECTIONS
RTR2UQI1
December 02, 2011
South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity chairs a meeting dedicated to the forthcoming parliamentary elections...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
South Ossetian President Kokoity chairs a meeting dedicated to the forthcoming parliamentary elections...
South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity chairs a meeting dedicated to the forthcoming parliamentary elections in Russia in Tskhinvali December 2, 2011. A court in Georgia's Moscow-backed breakaway region of South Ossetia has thrown out the results of a vote for president and ordered a new election in March, after ruling on November 30 that one of two run-off candidates committed foul play. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (GEORGIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST ELECTIONS POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/ELECTIONS
RTR2UOMW
December 01, 2011
South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity poses for a picture at his office in Tskhinvali November 30,...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity poses for a picture at his Cabinet's office in Tskhinvali
South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity poses for a picture at his office in Tskhinvali November 30, 2011. A court in Georgia's Moscow-backed breakaway region of South Ossetia has thrown out the results of a vote for president and ordered a new election in March, after ruling on November 30 that one of two run-off candidates committed foul play. The winner will replace Kokoity, a former wrestling champion whose second term expires at the end of this month. Picture taken November 30, 2011. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (GEORGIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST ELECTIONS POLITICS CRIME LAW)
GEORGIA-SOSSETIA/VOTE
RTR2UJ3C
November 27, 2011
South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity, accompanied with his son Soslan, casts his vote at a polling...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
South Ossetian President Kokoity, accompanied with his son Soslan, casts his vote at a polling station...
South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity, accompanied with his son Soslan, casts his vote at a polling station in the South Ossetian city of Tskhinvali November 27, 2011. Two candidates who have voiced different hopes for Georgia's breakaway South Ossetia region competed in a run-off election on Sunday for the presidency of the small territory that was the focus of a five-day war between Russia and Georgia in 2008. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (GEORGIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GEORGIA-SOSSETIA/VOTE
RTR2TYFG
November 13, 2011
South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity leaves a booth at a polling station in the city of Tskhinvali...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
South Ossetian President Kokoity leaves a booth at a polling station in the city of Tskhinvali
South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity leaves a booth at a polling station in the city of Tskhinvali November 13, 2011. The breakaway Georgian region of South Ossetia votes for a new president on Sunday, three years after Russia recognised it as an independent state. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (GEORGIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
GEORGIA/
RTR2PPU6
August 08, 2011
South Ossetia's regional leader Eduard Kokoity (C, front) takes part in a commemoration ceremony, marking...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
South Ossetia's regional leader Kokoity takes part in a commemoration ceremony, marking the third anniversary...
South Ossetia's regional leader Eduard Kokoity (C, front) takes part in a commemoration ceremony, marking the third anniversary of Georgia's war with Russia over the breakaway region of South Ossetia, in Tskhinvali August 7, 2011. Picture taken August 7, 2011. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev (GEORGIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
GEORGIA/
RTR2LL99
April 25, 2011
South Ossetia's regional leader Eduard Kokoity (R) and Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov attend...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
South Ossetia's regional leader Kokoity and Russia's Foreign Minister Lavrov attend a news conference...
South Ossetia's regional leader Eduard Kokoity (R) and Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov attend a news conference in Tskhinvali April 25, 2011. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev (GEORGIA - Tags: POLITICS)
GEORGIA/
RTR2H5I6
August 08, 2010
Eduard Kokoity, South Ossetia's regional leader, kneels in front of a monument to Interior Ministry officers...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
Kokoity, South Ossetia's regional leader, kneels in front of a monument during a ceremony in the village...
Eduard Kokoity, South Ossetia's regional leader, kneels in front of a monument to Interior Ministry officers from South Ossetia who were killed during the 2008 conflict, during a ceremony to mark the second anniversary of Georgia's conflict with Russia over the breakaway region of South Ossetia, in the village of Tbet outside Tskhinvali August 8, 2010. Georgian forces launched an assault on South Ossetia late on August 7, 2008, after days of clashes with separatists and years of escalating tension with Moscow, drawing a devastating Russian counter-strike that ended on August 12. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev (GEORGIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY POLITICS)
GEORGIA-WAR/
RTR2H53Z
August 08, 2010
Eduard Kokoity, South Ossetia's regional leader, takes part in a commemoration ceremony, marking the...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
Eduard Kokoity, South Ossetia's regional leader, takes part in a commemoration ceremony in Tskhinvali...
Eduard Kokoity, South Ossetia's regional leader, takes part in a commemoration ceremony, marking the second anniversary of Georgia's war with Russia over the breakaway region of South Ossetia, in Tskhinvali August 8, 2010. Georgian forces launched an assault on South Ossetia late on August 7, 2008 after days of clashes with separatists and years of escalating tension with Moscow, drawing a devastating Russian counter-strike that ended on August 12. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev (GEORGIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY)
NICARAGUA/
RTR2GJT1
July 19, 2010
Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega (2nd L) and his wife Rosario Murillo (L), with President of South...
Managua, Nicaragua
Nicaragua's President Ortega greets supporters in Managua
Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega (2nd L) and his wife Rosario Murillo (L), with President of South Ossetia Eduard Kokoity (R), greet supporters during the 31th anniversary celebrations of the Sandinista revolution at the Juan Pablo II square in Managua July 19, 2010. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY POLITICS)
RUSSIA-GEORGIA/
RTR274ID
August 26, 2009
Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (R) and South Ossetia's regional leader Eduard Kokoity gesture...
Moscow, Russia
Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and South Ossetia's regional leader Eduard Kokoity gesture during...
Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (R) and South Ossetia's regional leader Eduard Kokoity gesture during a news conference in Moscow, August 26, 2009. Russia will never reverse its decision to recognise Abkhazia and South Ossetia as states independent of Georgia, President Dmitry Medvedev said on Wednesday, the first anniversary of the decision. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA POLITICS)
RUSSIA-GEORGIA/
RTR274IA
August 26, 2009
Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) and South Ossetia's regional leader Eduard Kokoity walk to...
Moscow, Russia
Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and South Ossetia's regional leader Eduard Kokoity walk to attend...
Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) and South Ossetia's regional leader Eduard Kokoity walk to attend a news conference in Moscow, August 26, 2009. Russia will never reverse its decision to recognise Abkhazia and South Ossetia as states independent of Georgia, President Dmitry Medvedev said on Wednesday, the first anniversary of the decision. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA POLITICS)
RUSSIA-GEORGIA/
RTR274I6
August 26, 2009
Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) and South Ossetia's regional leader Eduard Kokoity shake hands...
Moscow, Russia
Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and South Ossetia's regional leader Eduard Kokoity, shake hands...
Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) and South Ossetia's regional leader Eduard Kokoity shake hands during their meeting in Moscow, August 26, 2009. Russia will never reverse its decision to recognise Abkhazia and South Ossetia as states independent of Georgia, President Dmitry Medvedev said on Wednesday, the first anniversary of the decision. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA POLITICS)
RUSSIA/
RTR26YOT
August 21, 2009
Eduard Kokoity, South Ossetia's regional leader, takes part in the opening ceremony of the photo exhibition...
Moscow, Russia
Kokoity, South Ossetia's regional leader, takes part in the opening ceremony of a photo exhibition in...
Eduard Kokoity, South Ossetia's regional leader, takes part in the opening ceremony of the photo exhibition "South Ossetia: The World is beautiful" on a boulevard in central Moscow August 21, 2009. The event marks the 1st anniversary since the authorities of South Ossetia declared the region independent of Georgia. Only Nicaragua has followed Russia's recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia as independent states and the rest of the world views the enclaves as part of Georgia. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA POLITICS)
GEORGIA-WAR/
RTR26IKI
August 08, 2009
Eduard Kokoity (L), South Ossetia's regional leader, and Abkhazia's President Sergei Bagapsh visit an...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
Eduard Kokoity, South Ossetia's regional leader, and Abkhazia's President Sergei Bagapsh visit an exposition...
Eduard Kokoity (L), South Ossetia's regional leader, and Abkhazia's President Sergei Bagapsh visit an exposition of photographs and drawings devoted to the war conflict between Georgia and Russia in Tskhinvali, August 7, 2009. Silent tribute and bitter accusation marked the first anniversary on Friday of Georgia's war with Russia over breakaway South Ossetia, where unresolved tensions threaten new hostilities. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (GEORGIA POLITICS)
GEORGIA-WAR/
RTR26HZ6
August 07, 2009
Eduard Kokoity (R), South Ossetia's regional leader, and Abkhazia's President Sergei Bagapsh shake hands...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
Eduard Kokoity, South Ossetia's regional leader, and Abkhazia's President Sergei Bagapsh shake hands...
Eduard Kokoity (R), South Ossetia's regional leader, and Abkhazia's President Sergei Bagapsh shake hands as they meet in Tskhinvali, August 7, 2009. Silent tribute and bitter accusation marked the first anniversary on Friday of Georgia's war with Russia over breakaway South Ossetia, where unresolved tensions threaten new hostilities. The former Soviet republic launched an assault on South Ossetia late on August 7 after days of clashes with separatists and years of escalating tension with Moscow, drawing a devastating Russian counter-strike that ended on August 12. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (GEORGIA POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY)
RUSSIA/
RTR25SAC
July 18, 2009
Sergei Bagapsh (L) and Eduard Kokoity, leaders of the breakaway republics of Abkhazia and South Ossetia,...
Moscow, Russia
Bagapsh and Kokoity, leaders of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, attend presidential horse race at Moscow's...
Sergei Bagapsh (L) and Eduard Kokoity, leaders of the breakaway republics of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, attend the presidential horse race at Moscow's Central Hippodrome July 18, 2009. The race is an annual tradition that in the past has been attended by leaders of the Commonwealth of Independent States. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA POLITICS)
RUSSIA/
RTR25SA7
July 18, 2009
Sergei Bagapsh (standing L) and Eduard Kokoity (R), leaders of the breakaway republics of Abkhazia and...
Moscow, Russia
Sergei Bagapsh and Eduard Kokoity, leaders of the breakaway republics of Abkhazia and South Ossetia,...
Sergei Bagapsh (standing L) and Eduard Kokoity (R), leaders of the breakaway republics of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, attend the presidential horse race at Moscow's Central Hippodrome July 18, 2009. The race is an annual tradition that in the past has been attended by leaders of the Commonwealth of Independent States. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA POLITICS)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/
RTR24569
June 01, 2009
South Ossetian leader Eduard Kokoity attends a news conference in Tskhinvali June 1, 2009. Parties supporting...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
South Ossetian leader Eduard Kokoity attends a news conference in Tskhinvali
South Ossetian leader Eduard Kokoity attends a news conference in Tskhinvali June 1, 2009. Parties supporting the pro-Moscow leader of Georgia's rebel South Ossetia province won Sunday's parliamentary election by a landslide, the region's chief spokeswoman said on Monday. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (GEORGIA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/
RTR24568
June 01, 2009
South Ossetian leader Eduard Kokoity attends a news conference in Tskhinvali June 1, 2009. Parties supporting...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
South Ossetian leader Eduard Kokoity attends a news conference in Tskhinvali
South Ossetian leader Eduard Kokoity attends a news conference in Tskhinvali June 1, 2009. Parties supporting the pro-Moscow leader of Georgia's rebel South Ossetia province won Sunday's parliamentary election by a landslide, the region's chief spokeswoman said on Monday. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (GEORGIA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/
RTR2440J
May 31, 2009
Women pick up their ballot papers at a polling station in Tskhinvali, May 31, 2009. The Russian-backed...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
Women pick up their ballot papers at a polling station in Tskhinvali
Women pick up their ballot papers at a polling station in Tskhinvali, May 31, 2009. The Russian-backed rebel region of South Ossetia voted in a parliamentary election on Sunday that the opposition say will be used by South Ossetian leader Eduard Kokoity to strengthen his grip on power. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (GEORGIA ELECTIONS POLITICS)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/
RTR2440F
May 31, 2009
A man pushes his friend who is in a wheelchair along a street with a poster that reads, "Citizens, Make...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
A man pushes his friend who is in a wheelchair along a street in Tskhinvali
A man pushes his friend who is in a wheelchair along a street with a poster that reads, "Citizens, Make Your Choice! May 31 Parliamentary Election" in Tskhinvali, May 31, 2009. The Russian-backed rebel region of South Ossetia voted in a parliamentary election on Sunday that the opposition say will be used by South Ossetian leader Eduard Kokoity to strengthen his grip on power. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (GEORGIA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/
RTR2440C
May 31, 2009
A woman drops her ballot at a polling station in Tskhinvali, May 31, 2009. The Russian-backed rebel region...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
A woman drops her ballot at a polling station in Tskhinvali
A woman drops her ballot at a polling station in Tskhinvali, May 31, 2009. The Russian-backed rebel region of South Ossetia voted in a parliamentary election on Sunday that the opposition say will be used by South Ossetian leader Eduard Kokoity to strengthen his grip on power. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (GEORGIA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/
RTR24406
May 31, 2009
A woman leaves a balloting booth at a polling station in Tskhinvali, May 31, 2009. The Russian-backed...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
A woman leaves a balloting booth at a polling station in Tskhinvali
A woman leaves a balloting booth at a polling station in Tskhinvali, May 31, 2009. The Russian-backed rebel region of South Ossetia voted in a parliamentary election on Sunday that the opposition say will be used by South Ossetian leader Eduard Kokoity to strengthen his grip on power. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (GEORGIA ELECTIONS POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GEORGIA/
RTR24404
May 31, 2009
South Ossetian leader Eduard Kokoity drops his ballot at a polling station in Tskhinvali, May 31, 2009....
Tskhinvali, Georgia
South Ossetian leader Eduard Kokoity drops his ballot at a polling station in Tskhinvali
South Ossetian leader Eduard Kokoity drops his ballot at a polling station in Tskhinvali, May 31, 2009. The Russian-backed rebel region of South Ossetia voted in a parliamentary election on Sunday that the opposition say will be used by Kokoity to strengthen his grip on power. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (GEORGIA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GEORGIA/
RTR24403
May 31, 2009
South Ossetian leader Eduard Kokoity drops his ballot at a polling station in Tskhinvali, May 31, 2009....
Tskhinvali, Georgia
South Ossetian leader Eduard Kokoity drops his ballot at a polling station in Tskhinvali
South Ossetian leader Eduard Kokoity drops his ballot at a polling station in Tskhinvali, May 31, 2009. The Russian-backed rebel region of South Ossetia voted in a parliamentary election on Sunday that the opposition say will be used by Kokoity to strengthen his grip on power. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (GEORGIA POLITICS ELECTIONS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/VOTE
RTR242NP
May 30, 2009
South Ossetian businessman and opposition leader Albert Jussoyev speaks during an interview in a restaurant...
Moscow, Russia
South Ossetian businessman and opposition leader Albert Jussoyev speaks during an interview in Moscow...
South Ossetian businessman and opposition leader Albert Jussoyev speaks during an interview in a restaurant in Moscow May 27, 2009. Separatist leader Eduard Kokoity is expected to extend what the opposition calls his tyranny over South Ossetia when the Russian-backed rebel region holds an election on Sunday, nine months after an invasion by Georgia. The opposition say Kokoity wants to change the constitution so that he can run for a third term in 2011 and an overwhelming success in the parliamentary election would help him do this. "We are ashamed that our country is represented by this so-called president and his band. You cannot even call this a regime. It is a tyranny," said Jussoyev, a 45-year-old businessman. Picture taken May 27, 2009. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA POLITICS)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/VOTE
RTR242NL
May 30, 2009
South Ossetian businessman and opposition leader Albert Jussoyev speaks during an interview in a restaurant...
Moscow, Russia
South Ossetian businessman and opposition leader Albert Jussoyev speaks during an interview in Moscow...
South Ossetian businessman and opposition leader Albert Jussoyev speaks during an interview in a restaurant in Moscow May 27, 2009. Separatist leader Eduard Kokoity is expected to extend what the opposition calls his tyranny over South Ossetia when the Russian-backed rebel region holds an election on Sunday, nine months after an invasion by Georgia. The opposition say Kokoity wants to change the constitution so that he can run for a third term in 2011 and an overwhelming success in the parliamentary election would help him do this. "We are ashamed that our country is represented by this so-called president and his band. You cannot even call this a regime. It is a tyranny," said Jussoyev, a 45-year-old businessman. Picture taken May 27, 2009. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA POLITICS HEADSHOT)
RUSSIA-GEORGIA/REBELS
RTXEKII
April 30, 2009
Russia's President Dmitry Medvedev (C) and presidents of the rebel regions Eduard Kokoity (R) of South...
Moscow, Russia
Russia's President Medvedev and presidents of rebel regions Kokoity of South Ossetia and Bagapsh of Abkhazia...
Russia's President Dmitry Medvedev (C) and presidents of the rebel regions Eduard Kokoity (R) of South Ossetia and Sergei Bagapsh of Abkhazia (L) take part in a signing ceremony at the Kremlin in Moscow, April 30, 2009. Medvedev signed pacts giving Russia direct control over the borders of the tiny rebel regions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, which were both recognised by Moscow as independent states after a brief war between Russia and Georgia last year. REUTERS/Natalia Kolesnikova/Pool (RUSSIA POLITICS MILITARY)
RUSSIA-GEORGIA/REBELS
RTXEKIC
April 30, 2009
Russia's President Dmitry Medvedev (R) and presidents of the rebel regions Eduard Kokoity (C) of South...
Moscow, Russia
Russia's President Medvedev and presidents of rebel regions Kokoity of South Ossetia and Bagapsh of Abkhazia...
Russia's President Dmitry Medvedev (R) and presidents of the rebel regions Eduard Kokoity (C) of South Ossetia and Sergei Bagapsh of Abkhazia enter the hall at the Kremlin in Moscow April 30, 2009. Medvedev signed pacts giving Russia direct control over the borders of the tiny rebel regions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, which were both recognised by Moscow as independent states after a brief war between Russia and Georgia last year. REUTERS/Natalia Kolesnikova/Pool (RUSSIA POLITICS MILITARY)
RUSSIA-GEORGIA/REBELS
RTXEKI8
April 30, 2009
Russia's President Dmitry Medvedev (C) and presidents of the rebel regions Eduard Kokoity of South Ossetia...
Moscow, Russia
Russia's President Medvedev and presidents of rebel regions Kokoity of South Ossetia and Bagapsh of Abkhazia...
Russia's President Dmitry Medvedev (C) and presidents of the rebel regions Eduard Kokoity of South Ossetia (R) and Sergei Bagapsh of Abkhazia take part in a joint news conference at the Kremlin in Moscow, April 30, 2009. Medvedev signed pacts giving Russia direct control over the borders of the tiny rebel regions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, which were both recognised by Moscow as independent states after a brief war between Russia and Georgia last year. REUTERS/Natalia Kolesnikova/Pool (RUSSIA POLITICS MILITARY)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/
RTR21QZ9
August 27, 2008
Eduard Kokoity, the leader of South Ossetia, smiles during a news conference in Tskhinvali August 27,...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
Kokoity, the leader of South Ossetia, smiles during a news conference in Tskhinvali
Eduard Kokoity, the leader of South Ossetia, smiles during a news conference in Tskhinvali August 27, 2008. Russia recognised two rebel regions of Georgia as independent states on Tuesday, driving up tension in the volatile Caucasus and putting Moscow on a collision course with the West. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (GEORGIA)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/
RTR21QYI
August 27, 2008
Eduard Kokoity, the leader of South Ossetia, attends a rally in Tskhinvali August 27, 2008. Russia recognised...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
Kokoity, the leader of South Ossetia, attends a rally in Tskhinvali
Eduard Kokoity, the leader of South Ossetia, attends a rally in Tskhinvali August 27, 2008. Russia recognised two rebel regions of Georgia as independent states on Tuesday, driving up tension in the volatile Caucasus and putting Moscow on a collision course with the West. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (GEORGIA)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/
RTR21QYG
August 27, 2008
Eduard Kokoity, the leader of South Ossetia, holds a bucket with vine during a rally in Tskhinvali August...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
Kokoity, the leader of South Ossetia, holds a bucket with vine during a rally in Tskhinvali
Eduard Kokoity, the leader of South Ossetia, holds a bucket with vine during a rally in Tskhinvali August 27, 2008. Russia recognised two rebel regions of Georgia as independent states on Tuesday, driving up tension in the volatile Caucasus and putting Moscow on a collision course with the West. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (GEORGIA)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/VOTE
RTR21OMO
August 25, 2008
Sergei Bagapsh (R), leader of Georgia's breakaway region of Abkhazia, and Eduard Kokoity, leader of South...
Moscow, Russia
Bagapsh, leader of Georgia's breakaway region of Abkhazia, and Kokoity, leader of South Ossetia, sit...
Sergei Bagapsh (R), leader of Georgia's breakaway region of Abkhazia, and Eduard Kokoity, leader of South Ossetia, sit during the Duma lower house of the parliament session in Moscow August 25, 2008. Russia's lower house of parliament on Monday called on President Dmitry Medvedev to recognise Georgia's breakaway regions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia as independent states. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/VOTE
RTR21OMN
August 25, 2008
Sergei Bagapsh (R), leader of Georgia's breakaway region of Abkhazia, and Eduard Kokoity, leader of South...
Moscow, Russia
Bagapsh, leader of Georgia's breakaway region of Abkhazia, and Kokoity, leader of South Ossetia, sit...
Sergei Bagapsh (R), leader of Georgia's breakaway region of Abkhazia, and Eduard Kokoity, leader of South Ossetia, sit during the Duma lower house of the parliament session in Moscow August 25, 2008. Russia's lower house of parliament on Monday called on President Dmitry Medvedev to recognise Georgia's breakaway regions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia as independent states. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/RALLY
RTR21I4M
August 21, 2008
Eduard Kokoity, the leader of South Ossetia, gestures during a rally in Tskhinvali, the main city of...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
Eduard Kokoity, the leader of South Ossetia, gestures during a rally in Tskhinvali
Eduard Kokoity, the leader of South Ossetia, gestures during a rally in Tskhinvali, the main city of the breakaway region August 21, 2008. South Ossetia will ask the Kremlin to recognise its independence from Georgia, the leader of the breakaway region told a rally of widows and mourning mothers in his conflict torn local capital on Thursday. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (GEORGIA)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/RALLY
RTR21I3I
August 21, 2008
Eduard Kokoity, the leader of South Ossetia, stands behind a girl during a rally in Tskhinvali, the main...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
Eduard Kokoity, the leader of South Ossetia, stands behind a girl during a rally in Tskhinvali
Eduard Kokoity, the leader of South Ossetia, stands behind a girl during a rally in Tskhinvali, the main city of the breakaway region August 21, 2008. South Ossetia will ask the Kremlin to recognise its independence from Georgia, the leader of the breakaway region told a rally of widows and mourning mothers in his conflict torn local capital on Thursay. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (GEORGIA)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/RALLY
RTR21I3H
August 21, 2008
Eduard Kokoity, the leader of South Ossetia, speaks during a rally in Tskhinvali, the main city of the...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
Eduard Kokoity, the leader of South Ossetia, speaks during a rally in Tskhinvali
Eduard Kokoity, the leader of South Ossetia, speaks during a rally in Tskhinvali, the main city of the breakaway region August 21, 2008. South Ossetia will ask the Kremlin to recognise its independence from Georgia, the leader of the breakaway region told a rally of widows and mourning mothers in his conflict torn local capital on Thursay. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (GEORGIA)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/
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August 14, 2008
Sergei Bagapsh, the leader of Georgia's breakaway region of Abkhazia, speaks during a news conference...
Moscow, Russia
Bagapsh, the leader of Georgia's breakaway region of Abkhazia, speaks during a news conference in Moscow...
Sergei Bagapsh, the leader of Georgia's breakaway region of Abkhazia, speaks during a news conference in Moscow as the leader of South Ossetia, Eduard Kokoity, listens, August 14, 2008. Russian President Dmitry Medvedev pledged support on Thursday for two separatist regions fighting for independence from Georgia, as Washington demanded that the war-torn country's territorial integrity be respected. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/
RTR213LG
August 14, 2008
The leaders of Georgia's breakaway regions Sergei Bagapsh of Abkhazia (L) and Eduard Kokoity of South...
Moscow, Russia
The leaders of Georgia's breakaway regions Bagapsh of Abkhazia and Kakoity of South Ossetia are seen...
The leaders of Georgia's breakaway regions Sergei Bagapsh of Abkhazia (L) and Eduard Kokoity of South Ossetia are seen in the Kremlin before meeting Russian President Dmitry Medvedev in Moscow August 14, 2008. Medvedev pledged support on Thursday for two separatist regions fighting for independence from Georgia, as Washington demanded that the war-torn country's territorial integrity be respected. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/KREMLIN
RTR2139U
August 14, 2008
The leaders of Georgia's breakaway regions Sergei Bagapsh of Abkhazia (L) and Eduard Kokoity of South...
Moscow, Russia
The leaders of Georgia's breakaway regions Bagapsh of Abkhazia and Kakoity of South Ossetia are seen...
The leaders of Georgia's breakaway regions Sergei Bagapsh of Abkhazia (L) and Eduard Kokoity of South Ossetia are seen in the Kremlin before meeting Russia's President Dmitry Medvedev in Moscow August 14, 2008. Russia supports the position of Georgia's separatist South Ossetia and Abkhazia regions in talks on their future status, Medvedev said on Thursday. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/
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August 09, 2008
South Ossetia's President Eduard Kokoity (L) walks past his soldiers at the South Ossetian settlement...
DZHAVA, Georgia
South Ossetia's President Eduard Kokoity walks past his soldiers at the South Ossetian settlement of...
South Ossetia's President Eduard Kokoity (L) walks past his soldiers at the South Ossetian settlement of Dzhava, August 9, 2008. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (GEORGIA)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/
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August 09, 2008
South Ossetia's President Eduard Kokoity (L) walks past his soldiers at the South Ossetian settlement...
DZHAVA, Georgia
South Ossetia's President Eduard Kokoity walks past his soldiers at the South Ossetian settlement of...
South Ossetia's President Eduard Kokoity (L) walks past his soldiers at the South Ossetian settlement of Dzhava, August 9, 2008. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (GEORGIA)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/
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August 09, 2008
South Ossetia's President Eduard Kokoity (L) walks past his soldiers at the South Ossetian settlement...
DZHAVA, Georgia
South Ossetia's President Eduard Kokoity (L) walks past his soldiers at the South Ossetian settlement...
South Ossetia's President Eduard Kokoity (L) walks past his soldiers at the South Ossetian settlement of Dzhava, August 9, 2008. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (GEORGIA)
RUSSIA/
RTR1X8Q8
February 19, 2008
Leaders of Georgia's breakaway regions Sergei Bagapsh of Abkhazia (L) and Eduard Kokoity of South Ossetia...
Moscow, Russia
Leaders of Georgia's breakaway regions Bagapsh of Abkhazia and Kokoity of South Ossetia speak during...
Leaders of Georgia's breakaway regions Sergei Bagapsh of Abkhazia (L) and Eduard Kokoity of South Ossetia speak during a news conference responding to Kosovo's declaration of independence in Moscow February 18, 2008. Abkhazia and South Ossetia declared their independence from Georgia after wars in the early nineties, but have remained unrecognized by the international community. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA/
RTR1X8Q3
February 19, 2008
The leader of Georgia's breakaway region of South Ossetia, Eduard Kokoity, speaks during a news conference...
Moscow, Russia
The leader of Georgia's breakaway region of South Ossetia, Eduard Kokoity, speaks during a news conference...
The leader of Georgia's breakaway region of South Ossetia, Eduard Kokoity, speaks during a news conference responding to Kosovo's declaration of independence in Moscow February 18, 2008. South Ossetia declared its independence from Georgia after a war in the early nineties, but has remained unrecognized by the international community. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
GEORGIA/
RTR1U290
September 20, 2007
The President of the Georgian breakaway region of South Ossetia, Eduard Kokoity, watches a military parade...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
The President of the Georgian breakaway region of South Ossetia, Kokoity, watches a military parade during...
The President of the Georgian breakaway region of South Ossetia, Eduard Kokoity, watches a military parade during an independence day ceremony in Tskhinvali September 20, 2007. The Georgian breakaway region of South Ossetia celebrated on Thursday the 17th anniversary of declaring itself independent from Georgia. The tiny sliver of land fought a short war against the central government in Tbilisi after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. Its declaration of independence has internationally not been recognized, but Russia gives it moral and financial support - a major irritant in the relations between Tbilisi and Moscow. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (GEORGIA)
GEORGIA/
RTR1U28Q
September 20, 2007
The President of the Georgian breakaway region of South Ossetia, Eduard Kokoity, attends an independence...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
The President of the Georgian breakaway region of South Ossetia, Eduard Kokoity, attends an independence...
The President of the Georgian breakaway region of South Ossetia, Eduard Kokoity, attends an independence day ceremony in Tskhinvali September 20, 2007. The Georgian Georgian break away region of South Ossetia celebrated on Thursday the 17th anniversary of declaring itself independent from Georgia. The tiny sliver of land fought a short war against the central government in Tbilisi after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. Its declaration of independence has internationally not been recognized, but Russia gives it moral and financial support - a major irritant in the relations between Tbilisi and Moscow. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (GEORGIA)
GEORGIA/
RTR1U19Z
September 19, 2007
South Ossetia's President Eduard Kokoity attends an international congress of Ossetians in the main city...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
South Ossetia's President Kokoity attends an international congress of Ossetians in the main city of...
South Ossetia's President Eduard Kokoity attends an international congress of Ossetians in the main city of Georgia's breakaway region Tskhinvali September 19, 2007. South Ossetia gets ready to mark its 17th anniversary of independence on September 20. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (GEORGIA)
GEORGIA
RTR1JOY0
November 25, 2006
South Ossetian separatist leader Eduard Kokoity smiles during his inauguration ceremony in Tskhinvali...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
South Ossetian separatist leader Kokoity smiles during inauguration ceremony in Tskhinvali
South Ossetian separatist leader Eduard Kokoity smiles during his inauguration ceremony in Tskhinvali November 25, 2006. Kokoity, who was re-elected South Ossetian president on November 12, was sworn in on Saturday. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
GEORGIA
RTR1JOXN
November 25, 2006
Supporters, dressed in T-shirts with portraits of South Ossetian separatist leader Eduard Kokoity and...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
Supporters in T-shirts with portraits of South Ossetian separatist leader Kokoity wave national flags...
Supporters, dressed in T-shirts with portraits of South Ossetian separatist leader Eduard Kokoity and words reading 'Our President,' wave South Ossetian flags after an inauguration ceremony in Tskhinvali November 25, 2006. Kokoity, who was re-elected South Ossetian president on November 12, was sworn in on Saturday. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
GEORGIA
RTR1JORY
November 25, 2006
South Ossetian separatist leader Eduard Kokoity applauds after his inauguration ceremony in Tskhinvali...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
South Ossetian separatist leader Kokoity applauds after his inauguration ceremony in Tskhinvali
South Ossetian separatist leader Eduard Kokoity applauds after his inauguration ceremony in Tskhinvali November 25, 2006. Kokoity, who was re-elected South Ossetian president on November 12, was sworn in on Saturday. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
GEORGIA
RTR1JORV
November 25, 2006
South Ossetian separatist leader Eduard Kokoity smiles as he raises a sword presented to him after his...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
South Ossetian separatist leader Kokoity smiles as he raises a sword presented to him after his inauguration...
South Ossetian separatist leader Eduard Kokoity smiles as he raises a sword presented to him after his inauguration ceremony in Tskhinvali November 25, 2006. Kokoity, who was re-elected South Ossetian president on November 12, was sworn in on Saturday. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
GEORGIA
RTR1JORT
November 25, 2006
South Ossetian separatist leader Eduard Kokoity is sworn in during his inauguration ceremony in Tskhinvali,...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
South Ossetian separatist leader Kokoity is sworn in during inauguration ceremony in Tskhinvali
South Ossetian separatist leader Eduard Kokoity is sworn in during his inauguration ceremony in Tskhinvali, November 25, 2006. Kokoity, who was re-elected South Ossetian president on November 12, was sworn in on Saturday. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
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