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U.S.-Trained Georgian Troops to Guard Oil Pipeline

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U.S.-Trained Georgian Troops to Guard Oil Pipeline

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U.S.-Trained Georgian Troops to Guard Oil Pipeline

U.S.-Trained Georgian Troops to Guard Oil Pipeline

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In the former Soviet republic of Georgia, U.S. Marines have worked to train members of the Georgian army in anti-terrorist operations. Those troops will now be used to guard an oil pipeline under construction. Natalia Antelava reports.

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