South Ossetian police ordered to return fire
By STEVE GUTTERMAN
MOSCOW (AP) — Police in South Ossetia are under orders to shoot back if they come under fire from Georgian forces — a directive that could
increase the threat of new violence in the Russian-backed separatist region.
Rebels authorised to return fire against Georgia
MOSCOW (AFP) — Russia-backed separatist authorities in South Ossetia on Saturday ordered their soldiers to return fire if shot at by Georgian forces
following an alleged shooting incident earlier in the day.
drunk russains on the wrong side of the border - now THATS an excuse
Saakashvili has shown him self to be a liar and troublemaker .... sorry gonna have to go with the none drunk russians firing in the air on the wrong
side of the border reasoning to the gun fire on security posts
This content community relies on user-generated content from our member contributors. The opinions of our members are not those of site ownership who maintains strict editorial agnosticism and simply provides a collaborative venue for free expression.