Help is beginning to arrive in Georgia for the thousands of people who've been caught up in the fighting there.
Georgian troops have been clashing with Russian forces over control of an area of Georgia called South Ossetia, where lots of Russians live.
America has flown in medical supplies, and tents to help some of the 100,000 people who had to leave their homes when the violence broke out last week.
Georgia and Russia are now trying to sort out their differences peacefully.
On Tuesday, the two sides agreed to move all their troops back to where they were before the recent trouble started.
People at a refugee camp in Georgia
But reporters in Georgia say the ceasefire is very fragile and thousands of Russian troops are still said to be in South Ossetia.
Now American President George Bush is calling on Russia to withdraw all its troops from Georgia.
Control of South Ossetia has caused problems between the two countries for years.
Georgia, Russia, and South Ossetia used to be a part of one massive country called the Soviet Union, which broke up in 1991.
Since then, Georgia and Russia have become their own countries, and lots of people in South Ossetia want it to be a separate country too.