In Nogir, Russian North Ossetia, friends and relatives cry over the coffin of an ethnic Ossetian who was killed in Tskhinvali during the armed conflict between Georgia and South Ossetian separatists.
South Ossetians injured in the fighting with Georgia are treated in hospitals in North Ossetia.
French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner visits refugees in Alagir, North Ossetia, as part of a fact-finding EU team.
Earlier, he met Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili (R) in the Georgian town of Gori, where he inspected war damage.
Mr Saakashvili, centre, was later whisked away amid fears of an air attack in Gori, where dozens of Russian warplanes have launched raids. The French foreign minister (not pictured) also took cover.
A distraught Georgian woman is comforted by her husband in Gori, which is close to South Ossetia.
Georgian tanks could be seen on the outskirts of Gori, close to the South Ossetian front line. Both Russia and Georgia have accused each other of continued attacks after Georgia called for a ceasefire.
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has met Russian politicians at the Kremlin. Russia says its forces have entered Georgia from the breakaway region of Abkhazia.
Georgian demonstrators hold up Georgian flags and banners during an anti-war protest outside the Russian consulate in the Greek town of Thessaloniki.
Protesters hold a vigil outside the Georgian embassy in Moscow, setting down candles coloured to represent the South Ossetian flag.