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It's the bottom of the hour time for the top of the -- Georgia's government reports.
A convoy of Russian armor has stopped on its head toward -- second largest city.
We do not know why these forces began their journey your wife stopped but the White House and leaders around the globe have been strongly urging Russia.
Halt its offensive operations in Georgia.
That he -- suckers really also says Russian forces now control 13 of his country's territory.
But while we've heard so much in recent days about -- that's really.
There is alive you may not know about the man who became Georgia's linger.
He was born in 1967.
Hearings of policing in what was then in the capital of the Soviet republics.
Sockets Bailey studied it Ukraine's Kiev university and in France where he met his wife Sandra.
He went on to Columbia University law school in New York and GW in Washington.
He says he'd love DC and riding his bike from DuPont circle the school.
From the air a couple of years at a New York law firm during the day anyway nights apparently founded either at the opera or at a knicks game.
In 95 -- even went home to Georgia won a seat in parliament.
In the party have been president Eduard Shevardnadze.
A man who takes that feeling under his wing and appointed minister of justice.
Less than a year after that in 2001.
-- believe resign labeling corruption charges against some of his colleagues.
He founded his own party.
And in 2003.
He and his allies stormed the parliament building to stop the certifications what they called fraudulent election results.
-- guard stopped Mikhail -- feeling showed -- he was on our.
The only thing carried a single red rose.
In the rose revolution was born.
-- not that -- soon step down and we suckers really took office he was the region's youngest president just 36 years old.
The western educated leader fluent in five languages promising to bring Georgia forward into world of democracy and reform.
But it has not been a smooth process last year he called for snap elections after a massive anti government demonstration.
Then had him sending police into the streets even taking over a television station which was in part owned by the parent company of this network.
Because it said bad things about him and -- is.
While he was reelected by a significant margin.
Critics strongly questioned the fairness of the results whether there was tampering whether there was a put down of the opposition.
Much in the way he did in the rose revolution.
That brought him to --
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