Talk:2006 North Ossetia pipeline explosions

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Title?[edit]

According to the article, only the Georgian government declared it a sabotage. The Russians and Chechens denied involvement, so the title, which is now known as the 2006 North Ossetia sabotages, seems biased towards the Georgian government. Just wanted to point that out.

--Starstriker7(Say hior see my works) 15:49, 18 August 2008 (UTC)

Georgian POV[edit]

This article is full of Georgian POV, with the only opposing POV being 5 words from Russia. Although this is hardly a notable incident, within the 3 sources present on the article, there is much more which can be added to help NPOV out the pro-Georgian POV. For example, experts called Georgian claims "infantile". This type of criticism needs to be present in the article before the POV tag can be removed. --Russavia Let's dialogue 15:38, 4 July 2011 (UTC)

Where do you exactly see the text "full of Georgian POV"? Can you please also give the number of words of Georgian POV so as to compare to the opposing 5 words from Russia? Could you also cite those "experts"? Experts are also in the opposing camp and Wikipedia is not a collection of quotes of "I said 'yes', you said 'no'" type? Playing with POV tags is not going to be helpful unless you are more specific in your grievances. Best, --KoberTalk 15:52, 4 July 2011 (UTC)