Christians Help Georgians After Attacks

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CWN.org - In August, Russian troops and planes attacked the Republic of Georgia.

The invasion came after Georgia's armed forces attacked the breakaway Republic of South Ossetia.

Russian forces stopped short of entering the capital, but occupied parts of Georgia for several weeks.

Thousands of Georgians living near Ossetia lost their homes, some in the fighting and others to Ossetian mobs bent on revenge.

Georgia's churches responded by providing food and comfort to the victims.

Click play for more with CBN News' Gary Lane who was in Georgia shortly after the attacks.

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