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Cease-fire? It seems that's not the reality in Georgia, the former Soviet Union republic. There are reports that Russian tanks and troops are still on the move in Georgia tonight. U.S. officials say Russia probably has at least 15,000 troops in the region. U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice spoke out on the crisis earlier today saying the military action by Russia "must stop, and must stop now." Rice added, "This is not 1968 and the invasion of Czechoslovakia where Russia can threaten its neighbors, occupy a capital, overthrow a government and get away with it. Things have changed." Rice spoke after President Bush announced U.S. aircraft and ships would deliver humanitarian aid to the civilians caught in the middle of the fighting. President Bush said, "We expect Russia to meet its commitment to cease all military activities in Georgia, and we expect all Russian forces that entered Georgia in recent days to withdraw." Some tough talk during a tense situation. Do you think the U.S. is doing enough to stop this showdown? Tell us what you think.
Also tonight, attacking Barack Obama. The same author who went after John Kerry's swift boat military record four years ago is zeroing in on this year's presumptive democratic nominee. He says his goal is to "defeat Obama." But is he telling lies? We'll be breaking it down for you.
And, is the Chinese women's gymnastic team breaking the age rule? They won a gold medal last night in the team competition. Team U.S.A. earned silver. The official line from China is that everyone on its team turns 16 this year. That's the Olympics rule. But they are tiny. The smallest member of the team weighs just 68 pounds and stands four-foot-six inches. 360's Randi Kaye is keeping them honest.
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