NATO and Russia agree to restore military ties after a 10 month period following the 2008 war in Georgia.
NATO and Russia on Saturday resumed formal cooperation on broad security threats but failed to bridge major differences over Georgia in their first high-level talks since the war in the Caucasus region.
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Georgia accuses Russia of trying to seize more of its territory as the anniversary of the 2008 war between the two countries approaches. 2009-08-3 (Context: 2008 South Ossetia war, Georgia, Russia)
Amnesty International's report on the 2008 South Ossetia war highlights Georgia's role as aggressor and notes evidence of "notoriously inaccurate" Georgian artillery fire resulting in "scores" of civilian deaths in South Ossetia, of aimed artillery fire at Russian peacekeepers base, and of Russian failure to provide defense to civilians during the conflict. 2008-11-19 (Context: 2008 South Ossetia war, Georgia, Russia)
Western donors pledge US$4.5 billion toward the rebuilding of Georgia, which suffered from damage inflicted during short war with Russia, South Ossetia and Abkhazia in August. 2008-10-22 (Context: 2008 South Ossetia war, Georgia, Russia)
Russia announces that its military has pulled out of Georgia, although reports indicate that it has not complied with the cease-fire agreement. 2008-08-23 (Context: 2008 South Ossetia war, Georgia, Russia)
Russian troops continue to withdraw from the Georgian city of Gori, where the major Georgian army base was dismantled by Russian troops soon after the conflict ended. Two Russian APCs still remain at a checkpoint near the city, Reuters reports. 2008-08-17 (Context: 2008 South Ossetia war, Georgia, Russia)