Wednesday, September 30, 2009

EU Report: Georgia Attack 'Sparked South Ossetia War'

Russian soldiers on a tank in Igoeti, Georgia on August 18, 2008.
Justyna Mielnikiewicz for The New York Times

Both Sides To Blame For The Georgia-Russia War -- Time Magazine

After last year's war between Russia and Georgia, which left at least 250 people dead and parts of Georgia in ruin, both countries were eager to point the finger of blame at one another for starting the conflict. On Wednesday, an independent investigating team issued a highly anticipated report saying that neither country can escape fault.

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More News On The EU Report On The Russian - Georgian War Of Last Year

EU finds Georgia started war, but Russia allowed atrocities -- McClatchy News
European Report on War in Georgia Finds Fault on All Sides -- New York Times
Report: Georgia Triggered War; Russia Ain’t Clean, Either -- The Danger Room
EU Report Faults Georgia, Russia in 5-day War -- Voice of America
EU report: Georgian attack started war with Russia -- AP
Gerogia started war, Russia shared blame: report -- China View
Uncomfortable conclusions for Georgia -- BBC
War in South Ossetia: Georgia started it -- The Guardian editorial
Georgia started it and Russia continued it – to excess -- The Independent opinion

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