Bumpy road for Georgia and Russia peace

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Two years after Georgia and Russia went to war there is little sign of reconciliation between the two countries.

Each side blames the other for fuelling the conflict in which more than four hundred people are believed to have died.

The conflict centred around the disputed region of South Ossetia whose border now runs through farmland and back gardens, making lives harder for people living on both sides.

The BBC's Georgia correspondent, Tom Esslemont reports

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