Georgian President Doubts Russian Intentions
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Georgian President Doubts Russian Intentions

Georgia's President Mikhail Saakashvili questioned Russia's intentions for invading his country. He says the bombing of Georgia's oil pipeline may alter the strategic balance of the region. Video by AP

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