Russia may have violated an EU-brokered truce aimed at ending the six-day conflict with Georgia, and there were reports that Russian tanks rolled into the Georgian city of Gori, as Lisa Mullins gets the latest from the BBC's Gabriel Gatehouse.
President Bush pledged today to launch a humanitarian mission in the Republic of Georgia. Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out more about the humanitarian situation in Georgia from Tom Vincent, country director for "Save the Children" in Georgia.
EU countries have agreed in principle to send peacekeepers to the Georgian breakaway province of South Ossetia, but former Soviet bloc countries in the EU want to see a stronger condemnation of Russia, as The World's Gerry Hadden has more.
The conflict in Georgia looks different viewed through a Russian lens, so The World's Katy Clark examines Russia's actions in the Georgian conflict and how the West often misunderstands Russia's intentions.
It's clear Russia is the winner in the conflict this week with its southern neighbor Georgia, but what's less clear is how it began. The BBC's Sarah Rainsford reports from inside the disputed Georgian region of South Ossetia.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the BBC's Jenny Norton about some of the key moments in the recent history of relations among Russia, Georgia, and Georgia's breakaway provinces, all of which are involved in the current conflict in Georgia.