Pentagon: Russia moves SS-21 missiles into Georgia
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  • A Pentagon spokesperson stated that Russia had placed short-range SS-21 missiles in South Ossetia which could pose a threat to most major Georgian cities. Russia's deputy chief of staff however insisted that Russian troops were pulling out of the breakaway region. The SS-21’s 70-120 kms range puts them within striking distance of the Georgian capital, Tbilisi1.