Georgian authorities claim Russian intelligence agencies were behind a car-bomb blast that killed seven Russian troops in separatist South Ossetia on Friday.
Georgia's Interior Ministry accused the Russians of organizing the explosion as a pretext to delay the withdrawal of Russian troops from Georgia.
Russian authorities are blaming Georgia. The Russian Defense Ministry said the blast was a terrorist act aimed at undermining a cease-fire agreement following Russia's war with Georgia in August.
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