This video is called Dictatorship in Georgia.
By Vladimir Volkov:
Further escalation of tensions in the Caucasus between Russia and Georgia
14 July 2008
While unrecognized by the United Nations, both territories are protected by Moscow and the majority of their populations have Russian passports. For its part, Tbilisi is trying to bring them back under its control, counting on the military and political support of the US and NATO.
In South Ossetia, on the night of July 3-4, Georgian troops used mortars, grenade launchers and small arms to fire on the region’s capital, Tskhinvali. According to North Ossetian authorities, one person died and several were wounded.
The missile defense scheme and the sharpening of US-Russian geopolitical tensions: here.