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Additional hundred Spec-Forces servicemen entered Laphankhuri
10:50 29.08.2012
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Additional hundred servicemen of Special Forces entered the village Laphankhuri, Telavi region, today in the morning.   
Information about it was reported to “internet.ge” by the journalist working at the scene. 
Journalists, who are in the village Laphankhuri say that the situation in the village is quite at this time. 
According to their information, operation of the persecution of the armed group is still underway in Laphankhuri.  
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