Thursday, September 3, 2015   

Europe court condemns Russia for mass expulsions of Georgians
(07-03 18:07)

The European Court of Human Rights condemned Russia on Thursday over the mass deportation of Georgian citizens in 2006, two years before the two countries fought a brief war.
The Strasbourg-based court's ruling in a case filed by Georgia in 2007 described Moscow's policy of expulsions as "arbitrary''. --AFP
   
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