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Caucasian Knot: In 2010, South Ossetia Will Count Its Residents

posted by eagle on January, 2009 as OSSETIA

In 2010, South Ossetia will count its residents

jan 31 2009, 09:12

In 2010, for the first time in the last 20 years, South Ossetia will hold a national census. The decision was passed at the sitting of the presidium of the government of South Ossetia, where the respective bill was presented.

Erik Pukhaev, head of the department of state statistics, has noted that "South Ossetia had no ...

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Agency Caucasus: N. Ossetia Strives For Better Economy

posted by eagle on as OSSETIA

N. Ossetia strives for better economy

Vladikavkaz/Agency Caucasus - The administration of North Ossetia strives to keep its economy on track.

Despite some financial activities that help to keep employment at a particular level in particular fields of work, the government is now urged into seeking prompt action after as many as 411 people were left jobless as a result of a ...

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Caucasian Knot: Georgia Resumes Natural Gas Transit To South Ossetia

posted by eagle on as OSSETIA

Georgia resumes natural gas transit to South Ossetia

jan 24 2009, 21:00

Georgia has resumed the natural gas transit from Russia to South Ossetia which was stopped on the day of starting combat actions  on August 8, 2008.

According to a source in the South Ossetia government, the gas has arrived to the republic's gas distribution station. "It is planned to supply gas to Tskhenvali tomorrow", cites his ...

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IWPR: Uneasy Calm On South Ossetian Border

posted by eagle on December, 2008 as OSSETIA

Uneasy Calm on South Ossetian Border

Georgian villagers begin to rebuild as a fortified frontier is erected.

By Dmitry Avaliani in Gori (CRS No. 474, 22-Dec-08)

The wounds Georgia has suffered as a result of its August war with Russia are slowly beginning to heal. Georgians left homeless by the conflict are being moved into new houses that the government has built for them. But having a place to live is less important ...

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Caucasian Knot: "Memorial" Opens Business School In North Ossetia

posted by eagle on as OSSETIA



"Memorial" opens business school in North Ossetia

On December 18, the Centre for Promoting Small Businesses was launched in Kurtat village of the Prigorodny District of North Ossetia with support of the Human Rights Centre "Memorial".

Dzhigu Satsaeva, a teacher of the Centre, said that the project is three years long, and the training at the Centre will be free of charge. "However, only residents ...

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Al Jazeera: South Ossetia's Wrecked Villages

posted by eagle on as OSSETIA

Friday, December 19, 2008
19:54 Mecca time, 16:54 GMT
South Ossetia's wrecked villages

 Almost every single home in Avnevi has been ripped apart and courtyard walls are crushed

In the summer, under Russian escort, I drove past South Ossetia's Georgian enclaves, and witnessed the burning and bulldozing of homes.


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RIA Novosti: Streets In S.Ossetia Capital To Be Renamed After Medvedev, Putin

posted by eagle on as OSSETIA

RIA Novosti

Streets in S.Ossetia capital to be renamed after Medvedev, Putin

12/12/2008 18:31 MOSCOW, December 12 (RIA Novosti) - The South Ossetian leader has said that the two main streets in the republic's capital of Tskhinvali are to be renamed in honor of Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.

The Kavkaz Uzel website wrote on Friday that Eduard Kokoity planned to rename the capital's main street, currently ...

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Caucasian Knot: South Ossetia Expects Increased Flow Of Refugees From Georgia

posted by eagle on as OSSETIA



South Ossetia expects increased flow of refugees from Georgia

Kazbeg Karsanov, Deputy Minister on Special Matters of South Ossetia, has predicted a possible growth of the inflow of refugees from Georgia. Now South Ossetia has over 50 refugees from Georgia. At the same time, after the start of armed conflict, over 350 persons fled from Georgia to Russia via South Ossetia.

"Under certain ...

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RFE/RL: Two Policemen Killed In Russia's North Ossetia

posted by eagle on as OSSETIA

Two Policemen Killed In Russia's North Ossetia


December 01, 2008


MOSCOW (Reuters) -- Gunmen firing from a car killed two Russian policemen in North Ossetia, Russian news agencies have reported, the latest in a string of violent attacks that have rocked Russia's volatile North Caucasus.

One policeman died when unknown attackers shot from a passing car at a roadblock outside North Ossetia's capital, Vladikavkaz, Interfax quoted a police source ...

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