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Separation And Integration- 10 Jul 2015
Russia won a five-day war with Georgia in 2008 over the fate of South Ossetia and another rebel region, Abkhazia. It formally recognises both regions as independent states and signed a similar treaty with Abkhazia last year.
GEORGIA-SOUTHOSSETIA/
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July 08, 2015
An abandoned car is seen near a cross in the village of Tbeti near Tskhinvali, the capital of the breakaway...
Tbeti village, Georgia
An abandoned car is seen near a cross in the village of Tbeti
An abandoned car is seen near a cross in the village of Tbeti near Tskhinvali, the capital of the breakaway region of South Ossetia, Georgia, July 4, 2015. President Vladimir Putin signed a treaty with Georgia's rebel South Ossetia region on March 18 that almost completely integrates it with Russia, alarming Georgia and the West a year after Moscow took over Crimea. Russia won a five-day war with Georgia in 2008 over the fate of South Ossetia and another rebel region, Abkhazia. It formally recognizes both regions as independent states and signed a similar treaty with Abkhazia last year. Picture taken July 4, 2015. REUTERS/Kazbek Basaev TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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July 08, 2015
People walk near a billboard, showing President of the breakaway region of South Ossetia Leonid Tibilov...
Leningori, Georgia
People walk near a billboard, showing President of the breakaway region of South Ossetia Tibilov during...
People walk near a billboard, showing President of the breakaway region of South Ossetia Leonid Tibilov during a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, in Leningori (or Akhalgori), in the breakaway region of South Ossetia, Georgia, July 6, 2015. President Vladimir Putin signed a treaty with Georgia's rebel South Ossetia region on March 18 that almost completely integrates it with Russia, alarming Georgia and the West a year after Moscow took over Crimea. Russia won a five-day war with Georgia in 2008 over the fate of South Ossetia and another rebel region, Abkhazia. It formally recognizes both regions as independent states and signed a similar treaty with Abkhazia last year. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Kazbek Basaev TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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July 08, 2015
A general view shows the abandoned village of Awnew (Avnevi) near Tskhinvali, the capital of the breakaway...
Awnew village, Georgia
A general view shows the abandoned village of Awnew near Tskhinvali
A general view shows the abandoned village of Awnew (Avnevi) near Tskhinvali, the capital of the breakaway region of South Ossetia, Georgia, July 4, 2015. The village was one of the sites where a five-day military conflict between Georgia and the breakaway region of South Ossetia together with Russia took place in 2008, according to local media. President Vladimir Putin signed a treaty with Georgia's rebel South Ossetia region on March 18 that almost completely integrates it with Russia, alarming Georgia and the West a year after Moscow took over Crimea. Russia won a five-day war with Georgia in 2008 over the fate of South Ossetia and another rebel region, Abkhazia. It formally recognizes both regions as independent states and signed a similar treaty with Abkhazia last year. Picture taken July 4, 2015. REUTERS/Kazbek Basaev
GEORGIA-SOUTHOSSETIA/
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July 08, 2015
An abandoned house is seen in a remote settlement of the breakaway region of South Ossetia, Georgia,...
SOUTH OSSETIA, Georgia
Vendors sell food stuffs in a street in Tskhinvali
An abandoned house is seen in a remote settlement of the breakaway region of South Ossetia, Georgia, July 6, 2015. President Vladimir Putin signed a treaty with Georgia's rebel South Ossetia region on March 18 that almost completely integrates it with Russia, alarming Georgia and the West a year after Moscow took over Crimea. Russia won a five-day war with Georgia in 2008 over the fate of South Ossetia and another rebel region, Abkhazia. It formally recognizes both regions as independent states and signed a similar treaty with Abkhazia last year. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Kazbek Basaev
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July 08, 2015
A cow walks past the ruins of a building in the abandoned village of Awnew (Avnevi) near Tskhinvali,...
Awnew village, Georgia
A cow walks past ruins of a building in the abandoned village of Awnew near Tskhinvali
A cow walks past the ruins of a building in the abandoned village of Awnew (Avnevi) near Tskhinvali, the capital of the breakaway region of South Ossetia, Georgia, July 4, 2015. The village was one of the sites where a five-day military conflict between Georgia and the breakaway region of South Ossetia together with Russia took place in 2008, according to local media. President Vladimir Putin signed a treaty with Georgia's rebel South Ossetia region on March 18 that almost completely integrates it with Russia, alarming Georgia and the West a year after Moscow took over Crimea. Russia won a five-day war with Georgia in 2008 over the fate of South Ossetia and another rebel region, Abkhazia. It formally recognizes both regions as independent states and signed a similar treaty with Abkhazia last year. Picture taken July 4, 2015. REUTERS/Kazbek Basaev
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July 08, 2015
Vendors sell food stuffs in a street in Tskhinvali, the capital of the breakaway region of South Ossetia,...
Tskhinvali, Georgia
Vendors sell food stuffs in a street in Tskhinvali
Vendors sell food stuffs in a street in Tskhinvali, the capital of the breakaway region of South Ossetia, Georgia, July 6, 2015. President Vladimir Putin signed a treaty with Georgia's rebel South Ossetia region on March 18 that almost completely integrates it with Russia, alarming Georgia and the West a year after Moscow took over Crimea. Russia won a five-day war with Georgia in 2008 over the fate of South Ossetia and another rebel region, Abkhazia. It formally recognizes both regions as independent states and signed a similar treaty with Abkhazia last year. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Kazbek Basaev
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July 08, 2015
People gather near a shop, with bottles of Borjomi bottled mineral water seen behind a window, in Leningori...
Leningori, Georgia
People gather near a shop, with bottles of Borjomi bottled mineral water seen behind a window, in Leningori...
People gather near a shop, with bottles of Borjomi bottled mineral water seen behind a window, in Leningori (or Akhalgori), in the breakaway region of South Ossetia, Georgia, July 6, 2015. President Vladimir Putin signed a treaty with Georgia's rebel South Ossetia region on March 18 that almost completely integrates it with Russia, alarming Georgia and the West a year after Moscow took over Crimea. Russia won a five-day war with Georgia in 2008 over the fate of South Ossetia and another rebel region, Abkhazia. It formally recognizes both regions as independent states and signed a similar treaty with Abkhazia last year. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Kazbek Basaev
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July 08, 2015
An employee works at a shop in Leningori (or Akhalgori), in the breakaway region of South Ossetia, Georgia,...
Leningori, Georgia
An employee works at a shop in Leningori
An employee works at a shop in Leningori (or Akhalgori), in the breakaway region of South Ossetia, Georgia, July 6, 2015. President Vladimir Putin signed a treaty with Georgia's rebel South Ossetia region on March 18 that almost completely integrates it with Russia, alarming Georgia and the West a year after Moscow took over Crimea. Russia won a five-day war with Georgia in 2008 over the fate of South Ossetia and another rebel region, Abkhazia. It formally recognizes both regions as independent states and signed a similar treaty with Abkhazia last year. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Kazbek Basaev
GEORGIA-SOUTHOSSETIA/
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July 08, 2015
A woman fries meat on a wood-fired grill at a cafe in Leningori (or Akhalgori), in the breakaway region...
Leningori, Georgia
A woman fries meat on a wood-fired grill at a cafe in Leningori
A woman fries meat on a wood-fired grill at a cafe in Leningori (or Akhalgori), in the breakaway region of South Ossetia, Georgia, July 6, 2015. President Vladimir Putin signed a treaty with Georgia's rebel South Ossetia region on March 18 that almost completely integrates it with Russia, alarming Georgia and the West a year after Moscow took over Crimea. Russia won a five-day war with Georgia in 2008 over the fate of South Ossetia and another rebel region, Abkhazia. It formally recognizes both regions as independent states and signed a similar treaty with Abkhazia last year. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Kazbek Basaev
GEORGIA-SOUTHOSSETIA/
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July 08, 2015
A man walks in a street in Leningori (or Akhalgori), in the breakaway region of South Ossetia, Georgia,...
Leningori, Georgia
A man walks in a street in Leningori
A man walks in a street in Leningori (or Akhalgori), in the breakaway region of South Ossetia, Georgia, July 6, 2015. President Vladimir Putin signed a treaty with Georgia's rebel South Ossetia region on March 18 that almost completely integrates it with Russia, alarming Georgia and the West a year after Moscow took over Crimea. Russia won a five-day war with Georgia in 2008 over the fate of South Ossetia and another rebel region, Abkhazia. It formally recognizes both regions as independent states and signed a similar treaty with Abkhazia last year. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Kazbek Basaev
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July 08, 2015
People drive a car in a street of Leningori (or Akhalgori), in the breakaway region of South Ossetia,...
Leningori, Georgia
People drive a car in a street of Leningori
People drive a car in a street of Leningori (or Akhalgori), in the breakaway region of South Ossetia, Georgia, July 6, 2015. President Vladimir Putin signed a treaty with Georgia's rebel South Ossetia region on March 18 that almost completely integrates it with Russia, alarming Georgia and the West a year after Moscow took over Crimea. Russia won a five-day war with Georgia in 2008 over the fate of South Ossetia and another rebel region, Abkhazia. It formally recognizes both regions as independent states and signed a similar treaty with Abkhazia last year. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Kazbek Basaev
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July 08, 2015
A truck, which serves as a mobile bath house (or traditional regional banya) is parked along a street...
Tbeti village, Georgia
A truck, which serves as a mobile bath house is parked along a street in Tskhinvali
A truck, which serves as a mobile bath house (or traditional regional banya) is parked along a street in Tskhinvali, the capital of the breakaway region of South Ossetia, Georgia, July 4, 2015. President Vladimir Putin signed a treaty with Georgia's rebel South Ossetia region on March 18 that almost completely integrates it with Russia, alarming Georgia and the West a year after Moscow took over Crimea. Russia won a five-day war with Georgia in 2008 over the fate of South Ossetia and another rebel region, Abkhazia. It formally recognizes both regions as independent states and signed a similar treaty with Abkhazia last year. Picture taken July 4, 2015. REUTERS/Kazbek Basaev
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