Russian air strikes have hit Gori, a Georgian town near the breakaway region of South Ossetia. Blocks of flats were among the buildings hit. (Warning: Graphic content in pictures.)
Many civilians were killed and wounded, including this woman lying injured in the rubble of a block of flats.
Many people have been left in shock and grief as the fighting intensifies.
Streets have been turned into rubble under the Russian bombardment.
This unidentified plane dropped bombs near Gori on Friday. Russian jets later attacked several military targets in the town, Georgian officials said.
Georgian reservists massed in Gori on Saturday, preparing for battle in South Ossetia. Georgia's president described the conflict as "a state of war".
Some Georgian reservists gathered near a statue of the Soviet dictator Josef Stalin, who was born in Gori. Moscow ruled Georgia in the Soviet era.
Gori has been drawn into the conflict zone - this man stands in a bomb crater in the Georgian town.