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Defeated on the battlefield, Georgia has taken its case to the U.N.’s highest court, accusing Moscow of murder, rape and mass expulsion in two disputed Georgian provinces, according to court papers released Wednesday.

Georgia filed its suit at the International Court of Justice on Tuesday as the two neighbors were negotiating a cease-fire to end a five-day war over the breakaway Georgian province of South Ossetia.

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