He could have been one of the worthiest sons of his homeland...

12/08/2012 - 13:01

War is the omnivorous evil that destroys human destiny without being interested specially who is right and who isguilty. War is always accompanied by devastation and suffering. It crushes everything in its path, and leaves after the emptied, mangled, burned down souls, extinguished hopes, unfulfilled dreams ...

Four years have passed, but it is still hard to recall the events of August 2008 - a view

10/08/2012 - 11:39

Valentine Kesayeva, a representative of the Ossetian diaspora in France (International non-profit association «Renaissance Sandzidzan» «Revival"):
The tragic events of August 2008 are still alive in my memory. Then we were grieving, were suffering very much, we wanted to help, not even physically, but to support morally. We were grieving every moment, doing everything possible for people to hear the truth, what was really going on.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of South Ossetia: Courage of the defenders of South Ossetia and the decisive intervention of Russia saved the people from extermination

07/08/2012 - 18:50

Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of South Ossetia in connection with the fourth anniversary of the armed aggression of Georgia against South Ossetia

Tonight, August 7 at 22:00 in the Republic of South Ossetia will begin commemorative events on the fourth anniversary of the armed aggression of Georgia against South Ossetia with the action "Exhibition of the Shot Paintings," which will be held at the Theater Square in the center of Tskhinval.

Memory of the Georgian aggression victims in South Ossetia will be honored with commemorative events

07/08/2012 - 09:59

The fourth anniversary of the Georgian aggression in South Ossetia will be honored withcommemorative events.
As reported IA "Res" by the State Councilor of President of South Ossetia on state and international protocol Janna Zasseeva, the events will begin August 7 at 22:00 with the action "Exhibition of the shot paintings," which will be held at the Theater Square in the center of Tskhinval.

Nikolai Dzagoev: horrifying assassination of the citizens of South Ossetia was carried out May 20

17/05/2012 - 17:57

The Zar tragedy of May 20, 1992. Witnesses' memoirs.

Nikolai Dzagoev, chief surgeon of the Republican Hospital of South Ossetia, Candidate of Medicine, Member of Parliament:
1992, Tskhinval was under blockade. At all heights of the city were snipers, shelling all the streets. In connection with this situation was urgently constructed the road in Dzau (Dzausky District RSO) through the village of Zar, which was called the "lifeline." The Zar road was very rugged, with vehicle queues, but not everyone could drive and sometimes people had to walk.

The victims of the tragedy in Eredvi have been commemorated in South Ossetia

19/03/2012 - 14:22

Action in memory of the victims of tragedy in Eredvi that claimed 12 lives on March 18, 1991 has been held today in South Ossetia. The action was organized by the Department for Youth Affairs under the Ministry of Education, Science and Youth Policy of South Ossetia.
Youth representatives, along with the victims' families attended the burial place of the remains of 12 Ossetian men, aged 18 to 70 years old, who, after brutal tortures had been buried alive in a pre-dug pit in the Georgian populated settlement Eredvi, Tskhinvalskiy District of South Ossetia.

Bloody Christmas of 1991

07/01/2012 - 11:53

Genocide: as it was. 21 year later
Christmas of 1991 added a bloody page in the history of Ossetia.
January, 6, 1991 – is the beginning of the overt armed aggression of Georgia against the people of South Ossetia. On the night of January, 6 internal troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR, which had had to support stability, without notice of the Republican leadership deserted their posts and went to the barracks. At 4 o'clock in the morning 3-thousand group of the Georgian militia among which there were the Georgian gunmen, criminals and addicts, amnestied the day before and disguised as militiamen, entered the town. They had considerable quantity of military equipment and dogs. Georgian "militia" occupied the central part of the town, blocked all roads and crossroads. Tortures, arrests, violence, murders, arsons began. In the afternoon of January, 6 the Georgian "militiamen" opened fire on the unarmed people. One man was killed, several were wounded. Their first victim became Kochiev Grisha Fedorovich, 32 years old, an inhabitant of Tskhinval, who under fire had covered his children with his body. The same night four persons were also wounded.