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Primetime Panic: Spoof Report Sparks Fear and Protests in Georgia
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Primetime Panic: Spoof Report Sparks Fear and Protests in Georgia

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A Georgian TV channel has caused nationwide panic with a fake news bulletin claiming Russian troops were on their way to the capital, Tbilisi - and that President Mikheil Saakashvili had been killed.

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