Gas "attack" in Georgia


Georgia has cut off gas supplies to the Russian embassy in the country, after blaming Moscow for its energy crisis during freezing weather.

The mayor of the capital, Tbilisi, said it was more urgent to heat homes than buildings used by those taking part in an "energy blockade" on Georgia.

Many Georgians have been without gas or electricity after blasts wrecked a pipeline from Russia.

Moscow said supplies were now repaired and services would resume on Sunday.



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