|Georgian protesters regroup ahead of new rally|
|May 27, 2009|
Georgian protesters have ended their blockade of the capital's railroad station and are threatening to occupy the Black Sea country's international airport.
The opposition supporters have led a two-month protest campaign to try to force President Mikhail Saakashvili to resign.
Tens of thousands jammed Tbilisi's main soccer stadium for a rally on Tuesday, while hundreds blocked the main railroad tracks for around four hours overnight before dispersing before dawn.
Opposition leaders say they will announce later Wednesday whether they will try to occupy the airport.
Critics of Saakashvili say he led Georgia into a disastrous war against Russia last year and controls the country's courts.
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