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Internet-page, where footage of Tserovani was shown as Tskhivali, is deleted
11:57 10.08.2012
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The St. Petersburg TV company, which yesterday became a reason of a scandal when it showed Tserovani refugees settlement and streets of Georgian-controlled territories, with Georgina inscriptions, as Tskhinvali, has deleted internet-page, where the mentioned reportage was published.

However, TV Company made no explanations about how and why its journalists mixed up Tskhivali with Tserovani.  It should be noted that this distortion of the facts has been noticed and stressed not only by Georgian media, but by Lithuanian, Ukrainian, and Azerbaijani media sources as well.
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