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  1. Azerbaijani oil prices for July 27-31Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Trend

    The average price for AZERI LT, exported from Azerbaijan via the Ceyhan, Batumi and Supsa ports to Italian Augusta port, was $55.08 per barrel on July 27-31, or $2.86 less than the previous week. The maximum price for AZERI LT was $55.52 per barrel and the minimum price was $54.02 per barrel during the reporting period.

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  2. Russia Quietly Encroaches on GeorgiaRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 28 | Groong

    Russia Quietly Encroaches on Georgia July 28, 2015 Summary With Russia's help, the disputed territory of South Ossetia is encroaching more deeply into Georgia, but the expansion is unlikely to escalate into a major conflict. On July 10, Russian-backed South Ossetian forces unilaterally placed border markers close to the Georgian villages of Tsitelubani and Orchosani.

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  3. The creeping Russian border in GeorgiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | Al Jazeera

    Luke Coffey is a research fellow specialising in transatlantic and Eurasian security at a Washington DC based think tank. He previously served as a special adviser to the British defence secretary and was a commissioned officer in the United States army.

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  4. Russian seizure of Georgian pipeline has dangerous implicationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | EurActiv.com

    The Russian border guards stationed by the Kremlin on the perimeters of Georgia's breakaway, pro-Russian enclave of South Ossetia, have moved the enclave's border markers further into Georgian territory. The expanded border gives South Ossetia, which has declared itself an independent state, and its Russian backers, control of a mile-long stretch of the Baku-Supsa pipeline.

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    Thursday Jul 23 | The St. Petersburg Times

    Georgia's defense minister called for greater integration with the European Union on Wednesday - the same day Russia's foreign ministry issued a statement denying claims that it had violated Georgian territory. Georgia can only achieve its "ultimate goal - the restoration of its territorial integrity" by completing the country's integration with the European Union, Georgian Defense Minister Tina Khidasheli said in an exclusive interview with RFE/RL.

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  6. Georgian Defense Minister Calls for Greater E...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 18 | The St. Petersburg Times

    Georgia's defense minister called for greater integration with the European Union on Wednesday - the same day Russia's foreign ministry issued a statement denying claims that it had violated Georgian territory. Georgia can only achieve its "ultimate goal - the restoration of its territorial integrity" by completing the country's integration with the European Union, Georgian Defense Minister Tina Khidasheli said in an exclusive interview with RFE/RL.

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  7. Russia denies it violates Georgian sovereignty with border markersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Russian Foreign Ministry denied on Wednesday accusations by neighbouring Georgia that it had violated its territory by placing border markers on the edge of breakaway South Ossetia region. MOSCOW: Russian Foreign Ministry denied on Wednesday accusations by neighbouring Georgia that it had violated its territory by placing border markers on the edge of breakaway South Ossetia region.

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  8. Tusk tour focuses on frozen conflictsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | EurActiv.com

    Council President Donald Tusk's trip to the South Caucasus has largely focused on the 'frozen conflicts' in Nagorno-Karabakh, Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Between 20 and 22 July, Tusk visited Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan, which are part of the EU's Eastern partnership initiative.

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  9. West Ignores Georgia's Borders at Its PerilRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | The St. Petersburg Times

    Russia's advance into previously uncontested Georgian territory demonstrates that, despite its preoccupation with Ukraine, Moscow remains determined to derail Georgia's pro-Western course. This risks once more upsetting the geopolitical balance in the South Caucasus region.

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  10. Azerbaijani oil prices for July 13-17Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 20 | Today.Az

    The average price for AZERI LT, exported from Azerbaijan via the Ceyhan, Batumi and Supsa ports to Italian Augusta port, was $59.74 per barrel on July 13-17, or $0.69 more than the previous week. The maximum price for AZERI LT was $60.07 per barrel and the minimum price was $58.88 per barrel during the reporting period.

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  11. Pipeline scandal in Georgia - proof of Azerbaijan's far-sighted energy strategyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 20 | Trend

    Baku, Azerbaijan, July 20 By Seymur Aliyev Trend: The scandal surrounding the Baku-Supsa oil pipeline which transports Azerbaijani oil, is explained differently, both from political and economic viewpoints. But first of all, it proves namely farsightedness of Azerbaijan's energy strategy, since the current situation with oil pipeline is in fact being resolved with the ideas embodied in Azerbaijan's energy strategy decades ago.

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  12. .com | Thousands rally in Georgia against Russian occupationRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 18 | News24

    Over 3 000 people took to the streets in Georgia on Saturday to protest what they called Moscow's occupation of the breakaway South Ossetia and Abkhazia regions. Carrying placards that read "Stop Russia!" and chanting "Georgia" protesters gathered outside the State Chancellery building in the capital Tbilisi.

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  13. EU urges Russia to halt Georgia 'provocations'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 16 | EUobserver

    Russia's "annexation" of a small strip of land in Georgia has met with condemnation from the EU and the US. Russian troops, earlier this week, moved markers saying "state border" 450 metres deeper into Georgia from the South Ossetia demarcation line.

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  14. Georgia Calls for Caution as Tensions Rise with RussiaRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 16 | EurasiaNet

    As anger builds in Georgia over Russia's latest alleged attempt to redesign the country's borders, Tbilisi is urging Georgians not to let their emotions get in the way of attempts at rapprochement with Moscow. "Let's not be naA ve and expect that some meeting will convince Russia to change its policy toward Georgia, toward neighboring countries," commented Zurab Abashidze , Georgia's envoy to talks with Russia, after meeting with Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin in Prague on July 15. "We have to do our utmost to make sure emotional explosions like this do not disrupt the process of normalization of Georgian-Russian relations," RIA Novosti reported him as saying.

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  15. EU warns of 'provocative' Russian moves on South Ossetia borderRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 16 | UPI

    The EU has warned of increased tensions on the border of Russia and Georgia, with reports indicating that the Kremlin has redrawn a section of Georgia's de facto border with Ossetia. Russia has been accused by Georgian officials of installing signs marking "state border" in the breakaway region of South Ossetia inside Georgian territory.

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  16. Georgia Condemns Russian Demarcation Activities in South OssetiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 16 | Sofia News Agency

    Barded wire of the border between the Georgian breakaway region of South Ossetia and Georgia in the village of Khurvaleti, some 60 kms from Tbilisi, Georgia, 14 July 2015. Photo: EPA The foreign ministry of Georgia issued on Wednesday a note of protest to Russia over the illegal installation of banners marking the so-called "state border " of the breakaway region of South Ossetia.

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  17. Russia Starts New Border Provocations Against GeorgiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 15 | CNN

    Russia moves borders deeper and deeper in Georgian territory, implementing the creeping occupation of Georgia. Russia has had troops based in South Ossetia since a 2008 aggression against Georgia.

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  18. Georgia accuses Russia of moving border near oil pipelineRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 14 | Greenwich Citizen

    Georgian protesters hold Georgian flags and poster reading "No Occupation" near Georgia's de-facto border with its breakaway region of South Ossetia in the village of Khurvaleti, Georgia, Tuesday, July 14, 2015. Georgian activists protested on Tuesday what they describe as Russia's "creeping annexation" at Georgia's de-facto border with its breakaway province of South Ossetia, which left a part of a transnational oil pipeline on the South Ossetian side.

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  19. Georgia Accuses Russia of 'Land Grab' Near Breakaway RegionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 14 | News Max

    Georgia decried on Tuesday Moscow's "creeping annexation" of its territory after Russian border guards moved border markers further into Tbilisi-controlled area, leaving a portion of an international oil pipeline in territory under Russian control. The move left a small portion of the Baku-Supsa pipeline, which transports Caspian oil destined for Western markets, under Russia's effective control.

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  20. Russian Troops Demarcate Part Of Georgian Oil PipelineRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 14 | Weekday Magazine

    Protesters remove a border sign erected by Russian and Ossetian troops along Georgia's de-facto border with its breakaway region of South Ossetia in the village of Khurvaleti on July 14. TBILISI -- Georgian authorities have expressed concern over recent demarcation activities by Russian troops in Georgia's breakaway region of South Ossetia that appear to leave a 1,605-meter portion of the strategic Baku-Supsa oil pipeline outside Tbilisi's control. The Georgian Interior Ministry announced that "a certain portion of the pipeline next to the village of Orchosani fell within occupied territory" under the actions of the Russian soldiers, who have been stationed in that part of northern Georgia since a five-day war in August 2008.

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