October 1, 2008
Russia allows EU to monitor cease-fire in South Ossetia

Russian troops today allowed monitors from the European Union to enter a buffer zone that Russia has been holding in the region of South Ossetia. The 300 observers are tasked with tasking the cease-fire agreement between Russia and Georgia after the war in August.

Richard Gowan, an expert on international peacekeeping missions with the Center of International Cooperation, speaks with Martin Savidge about the latest development in Georgia.

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Not bad. The graphics and overall production look good. The second zoom-in of the camera on the regional map seemed as if there was nothing else to show. Maybe an alternative could be to make the map dynamic by showing where exactly the EU monitoring mission was deployed, instead of a zooming-in twice.

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