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Russia advances into Georgia from Abkhazia

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Monday, August 11, 2008 

On Monday, Russian troops advanced roughly 25 miles into Georgia. The Interior Ministry of Georgia said that Russian units had moved from the self-declared republic of Abkhazia, to the town of Senaki, within Georgian territory.

The Russian Defence department has stated that the push into Georgian territory was necessary because of the continued attacks by the Georgian troops in South Ossetia. A spokesman from the Georgian Interior ministry said that Russian units had also taken control of the town of Zugdidi.

“The[y] have advanced in dozens of APCs and are now in Senaki,” said Shota Utiashvili, a spokesperson for the Georgian Interior Ministry, announcing the development.

Dmitry Medvedev, the President of Russia, stated that “the enforced detention of Russian citizens in Georgia is an unacceptable situation and in complete violation of international law,” according to a press release published by the Russia Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

On August 11th, the Russian Defence Ministry announced that troops are leaving the military base in Senaki, and preparing to head back to Abkhazia. Georgian sources confirmed the announcement, stating that the base had been destroyed. According to Russian officials, Russia has no intention of occupying territory beyond South Ossetia and Abkhazia.

Both the town of Senaki and Zugdidi lie in Georgia proper, outside the “security zone” around the region of Abkhazia. The border has been maintained by Russian forces since the 1990s.

There has been increasing pressure by foreign powers for a ceasefire in the South Ossetian conflict. Mikhail Saakashvili, the President of Georgia signed a European Union supported ceasefire, but it was not accepted by Russia. According to Reuters, Georgian troops did not observe the cease fire, since six helicopters bombed Tskhinvali on August 11.

The crisis broke out after days of fighting between Georgian forces and Ossetian separatist units. On August 7, Georgian troops launched an offensive against Tskhinvali, the capital of South Ossetia region. The next day Russian forces entered the territory of Georgia and bombed several targets in the country.

On August 10th, Russian Black Sea Fleet began a naval blockade of Georgian port of Poti and landed several thousand Russian troops in Abkhazia in western Georgia. Ukraine threatened to bar Russian warships dispatched to the Abkhazian coast from returning to their Ukrainian base of Sevastopol if they engage in any military action.

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The Russians basically agreed to a ceasefire, but then just threw it out the window after opportunity struck, and violated the territory of a sovereign nation. I am, however, surprised that the Georgian military retreated from Gori to Tbilisi. They could have given the Russians a great street fight and inflicted heavy casualties, but instead they just ran. Saakashvili will soon need a new tie….–Newscaster (talk) 19:28, 10 September 2010 (UTC) Georgia’s humiliation…

The day before this, mr. Saakashvili spoke to a crowd, on live TV that they had defeated the Evil Russians… So, the russians, today, made a demonstration of power… They cruised slowly along georgian roads, for all georgians to see, without any resistance.

Oh, I forgot… the russian convoy, just before arriving Tbilissi, turned back and headed home. This was just humiliation with a bit of provocation.

Well, boohoo. How is it my problem that some goofy little nation that isn’t even part of NATO has come under attack for aggressing Russia? If you want to lead an unilateral security policy against Russia, you better damn well be prepared to deal unilaterally with the consequences. – 17:12, 13 August 2008 (UTC)

I’m not sure about Georgia’s policy for military service, but they obviously needed an anti-occupation policy, meaning you train a very large number of ordinary civilians as snipers. Nyarlathotep (talk) 17:46, 13 August 2008 (UTC)

A buddy of mine who visited Georgia says that their unofficial military recruitment policy = if 1) recruitment party sees you on street and 2) you don’t have $50 on you (that’s 50 American, natch), then you’re in. Of course, that was a few years ago (not to mention the moral equivalent of what some guy told me in a bar). But if that’s the case, you could see why they didn’t put up a better showing against the Russians. Not that tiny postage stamp country vs. former superpower could go much differently. 00:53, 15 August 2008 (UTC)

It is typical of the Russian state since Putin came to power to say one thing;that its actions are purely defensive -i.e.protecting Russina citizens,whilst doing another.Not only are most of the South Ossetians and Abkhazians not ethnically Russian ( rather conveniently administrative Russians by virtue of extension of passport priveleges) but Russia is a relative new comer to this region since .”The Great Game”imperialist push by Russia into this part of the world started from the beginning of the nineteenth century.Russia is merely engaging in a neo-Czarist imperialism, by engaging in a “they started it mantra”to deny that they are their pushing their own agenda- way beyond just occupying South Ossetia.How much respect do they have for self-dtermination of small ethnic groups ; ask the Chechyens.Putin must remember that the rest ofthe world has access to multiple sources of information and can see right through his lies ,no matter how syncophantic the Rusian public is, deprived of a true free press.Beware the Baltics where so called “standing up”byPutin for ethnic Russians (actually colonialist invaders) will be used as a pretext for further violations of sovereignty.Remember Hitler and the Sudeten Germans! —Preceding unsigned comment added by Andrew.schon (talk • contribs) 13:43, 15 August 2008 (UTC)

Sallie Mae leads Consumer Financial Protection Bureau complaints about student loans

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Tuesday, October 1, 2013 

A review this week by Wikinews of US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) complaints about student loans in the United States shows Sallie Mae leads all lending institutions in complaints. Of the 4,851 complaints dating back to March 2012 when the CFPB first began collecting student loan data, 2,262 or 46.6% of all complaints were about the lender. US Federal Reserve data from 2010/2011 shows Sallie Mae is the nation’s largest student loan lender, responsible for 25% of the market

The other major lenders in this space include Wells Fargo, JP Morgan Chase, PNC, and Discover. In complaints, AES/PHEAA came in second with 546, or 11.3% of all complaints. Wells Fargo, Citibank and JPMorgan Chase each had between 5% and 7.5% of all complaints, totaling 918 complaints between them. 78 other lending institutions round out the list of organizations with complaints filed against them for student loans.

Few of the complaints originate from people with problems with federal student loans. Less than 1%, 35 total, are for these types of loans, with Sallie Mae accounting for the bulk of complaints with 17 total. 14 other lending institutions have 3 or fewer complaints. For non-federal student loans, Sallie Mae is still the leader for complaints, with 2245 or 46.6% of all non-federal student loan complaints.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau sorts complaints into three issues: Problems when you are unable to pay, Repaying your loan, and Getting a loan. None of the federal loans had complaints about getting a loan. For non-federal loans, 65.5% of the 4,816 complaints related to loan repayment. Sallie Mae led in total complaints in this category with 1467. They were followed by AES/PHEAA with 356, Wells Fargo with 231, Citibank with 201, Discover with 158, JPMorgan Chase with 154, ACS Education Services with 143, and KeyBank NA with 116. CFPB says loan repayment issues include a basket of claim types including “fees, billing, deferment, forbearance, fraud, and credit reporting.” Problems when you are unable pay accounts for 30.8% of the complaints. Sallie Mae had 698 complaints. They were followed by AES/PHEAA with 181, JPMorgan Chase with 106, Wells Fargo with 104, Citibank with 70, and KeyBank NA with 58. Many of the complaints are, according to the CFPB, because borrowers have difficulty getting deferrments on loan repayment as a result of being unable to find employment.

The total complaints against Sallie Mae for September of this year is 2 fewer than the same time last year. The company’s performance this year compared to last year has been mixed. March and June numbers were down over 150 complaints from the same month a year before. April, May, July and August all saw increases of 17–43. Of the top six lenders by volume of complaints, only AES/PHEAA and Citibank saw drops every month between March and September from the total volume in the previous year. Wells Fargo had a gain of 1 in August and 6 in May from the previous year. JPMorgan Chase had a difference of 0 from the same month last year for April, 3 more this year for May, and 4 more for August. Discover saw an increase every month from the same period last year except for September. When the total complaints differences from year to year for March to September are counted, this year has 571 fewer complaints against the top six lenders.

Most, 1470, of the complaints against Sallie Mae were closed with explanations. 10.2% were closed with monetary relief. 7.7% were closed with non-monetary relief. 2.1% were closed with relief and 12.1% were closed without relief. AES/PHEAA’s complaint closure picture was much different. 40.1% of AES/PHEAA’s 546 complaints were closed with non-monetary relief, 35.3% were closed with explanations and 21.2% were closed without relief. Of the eight lending institutions with 100 or more complaints filed against them, Discover was the institution most likely to result in a closure with monetary relief with 12.9% of all their closures ending this way. Citibank was the institution with the highest percentage of closures ending with no relief at 26.0%.

Complaints over student loan lenders were geographically distributed, coming from 3,447 different zip codes. The largest cluster of complaints is for 20001, a Washington D.C. zip code with 10 complaints originating from there. 07950, the zip code for Morris Plains, New Jersey, and 37013, the zip code for Antioch, Tennessee, each had 8 complaints originating from them. Zip codes for Patchogue, New York; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Washington D.C.; and Arlington, Virginia each had 7 complaints originating from them. By volume of complaints by state, New York led with 497, with California second with 467, Pennsylvania third with 303, Florida fourth with 288 and Ohio fifth with 219 complaints. US Territories largely occupied the bottom spots. The Northern Marianas Islands, with a population of around 50,000, had 1 complaint. The U.S. Armed Forces – Pacific had 3. North Dakota and U.S. Armed Forces – Europe had 5 complaints each. South Dakota had 7. Wyoming had 8. Puerto Rico and Alaska had 9 each. Rounding out the bottom five states by volume of complaints, Mississippi had 11.

With the possibility of a United States government federal shutdown looming on October 1, student loans may be impacted because of potential for an automatic increase in interest rates.