`Where was God?’ ask refugees from Georgia war

Mansur Mirovelev for the AP via the Washington Post:

ALAGIR, Russia — Sarmat Kapisov ran all night through the forest with his family, fleeing the fighting in South Ossetia and headed for the Georgia-Russia border. On his back, the 17-year-old carried his brother, who has cerebral palsy.

“It wasn’t easy,” Kapisov said, huddled alongside his mother and seven siblings, who have taken refuge here at an Orthodox convent across the Russian border.

Read on: `Where was God?’ ask refugees from Georgia war – washingtonpost.com

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