It's a complicated situation in South Ossetia. Russia's fighting because she thinks some of her people are being oppressed in South Ossetia. Georgia is fighting to attempt to regain control of the region. The tensions are intensified because the two nations have been sabre-rattling for quite some time now. Questionable actions by the Georgian government have not helped. Russia's trying to act as regional police, but it's coming out looking like a regional bully.
Russia is escalating the conflict in the autonomous region of South Ossetia in Georgia, and moving into other parts of the former Soviet republic as well as the rest of the world's trying to get the two countries to cool things down.
Moscow said troops had raided the town of Senaki to destroy a military base before leaving again.
Georgia said Russian troops had also pushed into Georgia from South Ossetia itself, approaching the town of Gori.
The US president strongly criticised Russia, saying it might be planning to depose the Georgian government.
Correspondents say it was some of the strongest US language about Russia in years.
President Bush said he had talked to Russian Prime Minister Putin sometime around the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics.
Russia and Georgia have been going at it for years. It's gotten worse as of late. One only hopes a full-scale war can be averted.