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25 Aug 00
A nation mourns the death of Abulfaz Elchibey - the dissident professor who led Azerbaijan out of the Soviet wilderness, then lost the war in Nagorny Karabakh
18 Aug 00
Renewed unrest in Karachaevo-Cherkessia could spill over into neighbouring republics
18 Aug 00
Opposition politicians in Yerevan claim plans to privatise the nation's electricity suppliers have been deliberately biased towards the West.
18 Aug 00
Recent talks in Vienna have failed to break the deadlock between Georgia and the mutinous ethnic enclave of South Ossetia.
11 Aug 00
North Caucasus leaders pledge to fight for the rights of an ethnic group faced with extinction
11 Aug 00
Armenian water bosses are blaming catastrophic water shortages on poor management and a crumbling distribution system
11 Aug 00
Nearly 60 student groups from the former Soviet Union attend a Nalchik festival aimed at uniting young people against military conflict
11 Aug 00
As the last Karabakh PoWs are released from captivity in Azerbaijan, tales of their ordeal in a Baku jail are sending shockwaves through Armenian society
11 Aug 00
Comment. The terrorist attack in central Moscow last week has served to strengthen the nation's will to destroy the rebel forces in Chechnya
11 Aug 00
Leaders across the North Caucasus pay tribute to murdered Chechen leader Yusup Soslambekov - a man whom many saw as the only real hope for peace in Chechnya

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