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Real estate mogul Donald Trump, saying he is more serious than he's ever been about a potential presidential bid in 2012, criticized President Barack Obama and other U.S. political leaders for allowing the country to become "badly decimated."Full story

Georgia's president to make weeklong US visit

Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili is making a weeklong visit to the United States that his spokeswoman said will be focused on attracting investment to this former Soviet republic, his spokeswoman said Tuesday. Full story

Blasts kill woman in Georgian capital: police

Two explosions hit the Georgian capital Tbilisi overnight, killing one person near the office of a small opposition party, police said Sunday. Full story

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Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili delivers a speech during his visit at the Museum of the Soviet Occupation in Tbilisi on February 25, 2011. Georgia marked today its first "Soviet Occupation Day", a commemoration of the Red Army invasion in 1921 held amid present-day tensions with Russia.