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TBILISI, Georgia (CNN) -- Georgian police began returning to the city of Gori Thursday as Russian forces moved out, Georgia's Interior Ministry told CNN.
A woman wheels her belongings through Tskhinvali, capital of the breakaway enclave of South Ossetia.
1 of 3 more photos » Russian authorities said its troops had moved into the area to guard a large arsenal of weapons and other military hardware that had been left unattended during the conflict over the separatist South Ossetia and Abkhazia regions.
Georgia and Russia have alternately accused each other of violating a cease-fire brokered on Tuesday, after Russian troops moved into Gori region below South Ossetia.
The action concerned U.S. President George W. Bush, who was dispatching Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to France and then to Georgia's capital, Tbilisi, to confer with government leaders. Afterward she will travel to Brussels, Belgium, to talk with NATO officials about the situation.