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CRS Issue 152

28 Oct 02
The most frightening explanation of the Moscow terror siege is that the Chechen militants were acting on their own.
Fatima Chekunova
28 Oct 02
Controversy surrounds trials of Muslim Radicals accused of plotting to overthrow the authorities.
28 Oct 02
Former soldiers complain the Russian state is cheating of wages they're owed from their time in Chechnya
Thomas de Waal
28 Oct 02
President Putin is as much of a hostage as the 500 theatre-goers in Moscow. He has few options left to end the stand-off in the capital or the wider war that he started in Chechnya.
Karine Ter-Saakian
28 Oct 02
Candidates in local ballots resort to desperate measures to get the electorate to vote.
Zaza Baazov
28 Oct 02
Georgia's main port of Poti and its oil terminal at Supsa are both in serious environmental danger.