In their most stinging raid yet, Georgian guerrillas have killed three Abkhaz officers and seriously wounded two others in the Gali district, Abkhaz authorities acknowledged yesterday. Those authorities reserved the right to retaliate against Tbilisi, and complained about the failure of Russian "peacekeepers’" to intercept the attackers in the separation zone. (Interfax, November 9). Last week, official statements in Tbilisi credited ethnic Georgians in Abkhazia with having spontaneously started a guerrilla movement. The Abkhaz authorities hold Georgia’s military and security agencies directly responsible.
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