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Russian bombers yesterday widened the offensive to force Georgian troops back from South Ossetia by bombing.

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The Foreign Office upgraded its travel advice to urge against all but essential travel to Georgia.

Foreign Secretary David Miliband was under mounting pressure to consider breaking off his summer holiday to tackle the mounting crisis.

It is crucial to the world’s volatile energy market and the only oil and gas route that bypasses Russia’s stranglehold on energy exports from the region.

As President Bush led the West in intensifying pressure on Russia to halt the bombing in Georgia last night, the two countries were edging closer to full-scale war over their conflicting claims for disputed territory.

Almost 40,000 refugees have already fled to Russia from the fighting, threatening a humanitarian catastrophe.

Tskhinvali was said to have been ‘almost destroyed’ in onslaughts by both sides.

The war in Georgia escalated dangerously last night after Russian jets reportedly bombed a vital pipeline that supplies oil to the West.

After a day of heightening international tensions, Georgian leaders claimed that the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline, which transports oil from the Caspian Sea to Turkey, had been attacked. Their claims came after Russian jets struck deep into the territory of its tiny neighbour, killing civilians and ‘completely devastating’ the strategic Black Sea port of Poti, a staging post for oil and other energy supplies.

The Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd said he witnessed a heated discussion between the two leaders.‘The President and Mr Putin were in an animated conversation two seats in front of us and I imagine they had a few things on their agenda,’ he said.

Mr Putin later accused Georgia of seeking ‘bloody adventures’ and trying to drag other countries into a military conflict in South Ossetia.‘Georgia’s aspiration to join Nato...

Reports last night also said that Russia had bombed the international airport in Tbilisi.

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