People attend a protest rally in Tbilisi September 1, 2008. The European Union will warn Russia on Monday that Moscow's future ties with the bloc could depend on its adhering fully to a peace deal to end the Georgia conflict, according to a draft summit statement.
A child sleeps in the arms of a woman taking part in a rally against Russia at Freedom Square in Tbilisi, Georgia Monday, Sept. 1, 2008. Huge crowds of Georgians surged into the capital's streets Monday to demonstrate against Russia.
Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili greets people at a rally against Russia in Tbilisi, Monday, Sept. 1, 2008. Huge crowds of Georgians surged into the capital's streets Monday to demonstrate against Russia. The Tbilisi demonstration started Monday with people holding hands to form "human chains" in an echo of the so-called Baltic Chain of 1989 in which residents of then-Soviet Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia stretched the length of their homelands to protest Soviet occupation.
People raise clenched fists during a protest rally in Tbilisi September 1, 2008. More than one million Georgians across the ex-Soviet republic protested on Monday against Russian military action and the Kremlin's backing for the country's two separatist regions.
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“Georgia did not attack Russia, Russia is attacking Georgia. They say they were protecting their citizens but we heard the same argument from Nazi Germany in taking the Sudetenland in 1938. Formally, Russia says it is protecting its citizens but in reality it is beginning a war.”
a 2 de Setembro de 2008 às 06:55
I guess it is better to stop Saakashvili as a president first. So the poor Georgian people will get a president that focuses on Georgian peoples economy in stead of a president that uses all the money on an ethnic nationalistic army. Russia already stopped and they have already stated that they would not retreat from their buffer-zone until the Ossetian and Abkhaz people are safe. And they say those people aren't save as long as Saakashvili is still in a fighting mood.
De A.Torres a 2 de Setembro de 2008 às 12:46
You are the one that was always talking to Sa, right?
What georgian poor people?? Fighting mood?!Are you insane?
Well, Im not Sá and I aint in the mood to discuss your dreams. Why dont you move to Russia and stay there?
De sá morais
a 2 de Setembro de 2008 às 14:57
Yep! everyone on that rally ( one million ) is wrong! Almost all the world is wrong! But he has relatives there that know the truth - Fox and Mulder, maybe! LOL!
De A.Torres a 2 de Setembro de 2008 às 15:06
O tipo lambe tanto o cu ao Putin que deve lá ter a língua colada...
De Azerian a 2 de Setembro de 2008 às 21:16
POLITSKOVSKAYA, LITVINENKO and YEVLOYEV! Before saying stupid things you should look first at your KGB hero Fuckin'putin!
a 3 de Setembro de 2008 às 00:34