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People cut off by the de facto border still want to visit cemeteries on the other side.
Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda says there are reasonable grounds to look into crimes allegedly committed during 2008 conflict.
Pragmatism wins out in agreement to sort out defective waterways vital to both sides.
IWPR takes Georgian reporters to a village on the fragile boundary with South Ossetia.
6 May 14
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30 Apr 14
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24 Oct 13
Government faces resistance as it insists boycotting the games would be worse than going.
1 Oct 13
Russian forces draw new line around South Ossetia in barbed wire.
19 Sep 13
Mountain villagers take over disused army base because their own homes are falling apart.
22 Aug 13
Russian prime minister talks of improving relations five years after 2008 war, but makes it clear there will be no compromise on key issues.
7 Aug 13
Still hanging on as president, Mikheil Saakashvili is threatened with investigation by a hostile government.
15 Jul 13
Refugees from past wars navigate path between adapting to life where they are, and their hopes of returning home one day.
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