Georgia protesters demand Russia end its 'occupation'

Georgia marks 10 years since a war with Russia that left the country dismembered.

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    Twenty percent of Georgia remains effectively under Moscow's control a decade after the week-long war in 2008.

    Protesters gathered outside the building that was the Russian embassy until diplomatic ties were severed after the war, demanding that Russia end what they call its occupation.

     

    Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reports from Tbilisi, Georgia.


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