Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin is seen at a cabinet meeting in Moscow. Russian armored vehicles on Monday moved deep into western Georgia, quickly taking control of several towns and villages in a move that opened a second front in the conflict over the breakaway republic of South Ossetia, Georgian officials said.
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