The Georgian President has praised the citizens of the former Soviet republic for the "miraculous transformation" of the country.
A TV station in Georgia triggers panic when it broadcasts a mock report about a Russian invasion. CNN's Ivan Watson reports
A television station in Georgia triggered a panic when it broadcast a mock half-hour report about a Russian invasion of the country.
Georgian authorities foiled an attempted army mutiny that they believe was designed to disrupt planned NATO exercises in the former Soviet republic, the country's interior ministry said Tuesday.
Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili vowed Friday to remain in office until his term ends, defying calls by anti-government protesters that he step down.
Gunfire is reported near a motorcade carrying the presidents of Poland and the Rep. of Georgia. CNN's Matthew Chance reports
Russia and South Ossetia have strongly denied news reports that a motorcade carrying the presidents of Georgia and Poland came under fire, calling the claims "a provocation" meant to destabilize the region.
Shots were fired Sunday near a motorcade carrying the presidents of Georgia and Poland, but the motorcade was not hit and there were no injuries, according to the Interior Ministry of Georgia.
European Union monitors will deploy to regions surrounding South Ossetia and Abkhazia by next month and Russian troops will pull out after that President Dmitry Medvedev said Monday
Vice President Dick Cheney said this week the United States firmly backs NATO membership for Georgia, telling Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili that Washington will help his country rebuild its democracy and economy after last month's conflict with Russia.
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney said Thursday the United States firmly backs NATO membership for Georgia, telling Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili that America will help his country rebuild its democracy and economy after last month's conflict with Russia.
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney says the U.S. backs NATO membership for Georgia. CNN's Alphonso Van Marsh reports.
Pushing back against an increasingly aggressive Moscow, President Bush said Wednesday the U.S. will send an extra $1 billion to Georgia to help the pro-Western former Soviet republic in the wake of Russia's invasion
In an interview with CNN's Matthew Chance, Russian PM Vladimir Putin claims a U.S. role in the Georgia conflict.
Europe and Russia, says the EU's current chairman Nicolas Sarkozy, are at a crossroads. Heading for a 'crucial' meeting with Moscow's leaders on September 8, he said at the Brussels emergency summit that Russia had to decide whether it wanted isolation or co-operation with its 27 neighbors.
Western politicians are currently scrambling for air tickets to Kiev. Britain's Foreign Secretary David Miliband rushed to Ukraine soon after Russia announced its recognition of South Ossetia and Abkhazia. U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney will follow.
Russian President recognizes Georgia's breakaway provinces of South Ossetia and Abkhazia. CNN's Phil Black reports.
U.S. President George W. Bush has urged Russia not to recognize the independence of Georgia's breakaway regions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, saying he was "deeply concerned" by the Russian parliament's move toward recognition.
Vice President Dick Cheney will travel to Georgia next week as part of a broader visit to "key partners" in Europe and Asia, the White House said Monday.
Mikheil Saakashvili says he will not stop trying to get the Russians out of Georgian territory and continues to insist the war was Moscow's fault
NATO has accused Russia of failing to honor the full terms of the cease-fire agreement brokered by the European Union last week aimed at ending the fighting in Georgia.
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Though Russia says it will begin pulling back its troops from Georgia on Monday, it's unclear how long the redeployment will take, and a Russian lawmaker has compared the situation to the U.S. presence in Iraq.
After signing a cease-fire agreement with Georgia, Russia says it will begin pulling back its troops Monday.
Russia's president said troops would begin pulling out of Georgia on Monday
Russian soldiers dug foxholes Saturday on a hillside near the capital of war-battered Georgia as a cease-fire went into effect
A grim Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili said Friday that he signed a cease-fire agreement that requires the immediate withdrawal of all Russian forces from Georgian soil.
A reluctant Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili said Friday he signed a cease-fire agreement with Russia and declared in the presence of the chief U.S. diplomat that the West had behaved in ways that invited the invasion
Russia pressed the United States on Wednesday to choose between "a real partnership" with Moscow or an "illusory" relationship with U.S. ally Georgia.
Witnesses tell CNN that Russian tanks are moving further into Georgia.
Russia has likely moved additional troops into Georgia and its breakaway provinces over the past several days, several administration officials told CNN on Wednesday.
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The presidents of Georgia and Russia have agreed to a six-point plan to calm the conflict over Georgia's separatist territories, French President Nicolas Sarkozy said late Tuesday.
Georgia's president says he agrees to an EU plan with Russia brokered by France for ending fighting in hiscountry.
Furious over Russia's invasion of Georgia, the United States and its allies are weighing steps to diplomatically isolate Moscow as punishment for the conflict, senior administration officials said Tuesday.
The leaders of a former Eastern Bloc nation and four former Soviet republics showed support for Georgia in its conflict with Russia at a massive rally in Georgia's capital Tuesday night.
The Russian advance may have halted, but the country is held in fear, with its economy set back and refugees left on the road
Russia ordered a halt to military action in Georgia on Tuesday, after five days of air and land attacks that sent Georgia's army into headlong retreat
Georgia's president said Tuesday his nation would withdraw from the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), an alliance of former Soviet republics.
Tamuna Liluashvili gives CNN a personal account of what her family is seeing in Tbilisi.
Russia will not sign off on a proposed United Nations resolution calling for a cease-fire with Georgia, Russian Ambassador Vitaly Churkin said Monday.
The Russian military advanced into Georgia on two fronts Monday, heading toward cities outside the breakaway provinces that have been the centers of fighting.
CNN's Matthew Chance reports from Gori, Georgia, where Russian forces have taken over.
President Bush condemned the escalated violence between Russia and U.S.-backed Georgia on Sunday, while Vice President Dick Cheney said aggression against Georgia "must not go unanswered."
Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili argues in an op-ed column in Monday's Wall Street Journal that Russia picked the fight with Georgia in South Ossetia to crush Georgia's pro-Western democracy.
Fearing an air raid, President Saakashvili's security team pushes him to the ground and covers him with flak jackets.
Russia is attacking Georgia to achieve "regime change" and crush Georgia's pro-Western democracy, Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili said Monday.
Georgia's president is surrounded by security, who cover him before rushing him away.
There has been no doubt of Europe's priority in the conflict between Georgia and Russia: Bringing about a ceasefire on both sides and minimizing further bloodshed. Beyond that, nothing in this conflict is simple.
Russian forces seized several towns and a military base deep in western Georgia on Monday, opening a second front in the fighting
Georgia's president says his country is facing a "large scale" military intervention. Journalist Elene Gotsadze explains.
Bombs rocked Tbilisi early Saturday morning as the fight between Georgia and Russia over a breakaway region intensified and moved into the Georgian capital.
As fighting continued Sunday between Russia and Georgia over the separatist province of South Ossetia, U.N. officials expressed concern about violence in another Russian-backed breakaway territory in Georgia.
Russia may have slowed Georgia's move into NATO, but it may remind neighbors why they want Western protection
U.S. presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama both spoke to Georgia's president Saturday and continued to call for an end to Russia's bombing of the former Soviet republic.
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said Saturday that Russian peacekeepers are "trying to force Georgians to cease fire" in the conflict over the breakaway Georgian territory of South Ossetia, according to Russia's Interfax news agency.
Intense fighting reportedly raged for a second night in the Georgian separatist region of South Ossetia on Saturday and Georgia's interior ministry reported air attacks on three military bases and key facilities for shipping oil to the West
Former Georgian opposition leader and billionaire businessman Badri Patarkatsishvili died of natural causes, British police said Thursday.
An opposition leader from the ex-Soviet republic of Georgia who was accused of plotting a coup last year has been found dead at his home south of London, police said Wednesday.
The opposition parties are crying foul, claiming that Mikheil Saakashvili has rigged the election. But his position looks secure
Near-complete returns from Georgia's presidential election show pro-western President Mikheil Saakashvili winning a majority of the vote, the head of the former Soviet republic's electoral commission said Sunday.
Georgia President Mikheil Saakashvili vowed that Saturday's snap election to decide the fate of his government would be a free and fair vote, and so far opponents have offered no evidence of widespread fraud as citizens go to the polls in this former Soviet republic.
CNN's Matthew Chance reports on tensions and anti-government protests that Georgia's leader blames on Russia.
Growing tensions between Russia and the former Soviet republic of Georgia reached a new stage Wednesday as Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili declared a nationwide state of emergency and expelled several Russian diplomats.
Tens of thousands of people gathered Friday in Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, to protest against President Mikhail Saakashvili and demand -- apparently in vain -- that elections be held months earlier than scheduled.
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As the sun rose Monday, Georgia and Armenia tapped into natural gas reserves a day after explosions struck pipelines in southern Russia that supply the two post-Soviet republics.
Gas has started flowing to Georgia after an explosion shut off supplies from Russia, which was accused by Georgian officials of deliberately triggering an energy crisis in its small ex-Soviet neighbor.
Georgia's president Sunday questioned the timing of explosions in Russia that cut off electricity and natural gas service to his country in the middle of one of the coldest winters on record in the Caucasus nation.
A Republic of Georgia court has sentenced a man to life in prison for attempting to assassinate U.S. President George W. Bush by lobbing a hand grenade towards a podium during a rally in the capital last year, according to Georgia's interior minister.
A grenade reportedly found near the site where U.S. President George W. Bush made a speech in Tblisi was an inactive Soviet-era device, Georgian officials said Wednesday.
The former Soviet republic of Georgia is proving to the world that determined people can rise up and claim their freedom from oppressive rulers, U.S. President George W. Bush has told a crowd of tens of thousands.
President Bush arrived Monday in the former Soviet republic of Georgia, the fourth stop in a five-day trip, where he plans to deliver a speech on democracy and freedom.
Georgia's president told CNN Sunday that the Yalta conference ending World War II created "one of the most immoral deals in the history of mankind."
Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili has said he would temporarily fulfill the executive duties of prime minister following the apparently accidental death of Zurab Zhvania.
At least three Georgian servicemen have been killed and seven wounded in rebel South Ossetia as the central government in Tbilisi tries to bring the breakaway ethnic region back under government control.
Georgia's president has offered the defiant leader of the breakway Adzhar region safe passage out of the country if he resigns.
Moscow has warned the former Soviet republic of Georgia not to use force against the autonomous Adzharia region, Interfax news agency reports.
Two months after his so-called Rose Revolution swept away President Eduard Shevardnadze, Mikhail Saakashvili was sworn in as president of Georgia Sunday.
Preliminary results from Georgia's presidential vote indicated a landslide victory for charismatic opposition leader Mikhail Saakashvili.
Exit polls gave Mikhail Saakashvili more than 85 percent of the vote in Sunday's election to replace ousted Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze, who said he had been among the Georgians to vote for the charismatic opposition leader.
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