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27 Oct 00
The trial of its national hero is convulsing the breakaway Armenian territory of Nagorny Karabakh
27 Oct 00
Both Armenia and Azerbaijan try to win Russia's support over the Nagorny Karabakh deadlock
27 Oct 00
A TV journalist has been accused of letting her experiences in the hands of Chechen kidnappers cloud her professional objectivity
27 Oct 00
COMMENT. In the second of a two-part series examining the roots of conflict in the North Caucasus, Shy Zakya blames the rebirth of Russian nationalist feeling for the gathering tensions
20 Oct 00
Virtual isolation and bleak economic conditions have forced many Ingush to turn to a life of crime and drug-dealing
20 Oct 00
Muslim leaders in Nalchik are eager to distance themselves from the Wahhabi extremists -- Russia's latest scapegoats in the North Caucasus
20 Oct 00
An influential businessman is throwing down the gauntlet to Robert Kocharian's government
6 Oct 00
The Yerkrapah Union of Volunteers, which once united Armenia's war veterans, has fallen victim to political in-fighting
6 Oct 00
Support for the Cherkess champion, Stanislav Derev, begins to melt away after an old ally turns against him
6 Oct 00
Despite close historical and political ties with Armenia, Moscow is wary of backing its old ally over the Nagorny Karabakh debate

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