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20 Apr 01
Adygeans returning to the land of their forefathers can expect a frosty reception from their ethnic kin
23 Mar 01
Chechnya's rival leaders are waging a war of words in cyberspace
8 Dec 00
A new Russian law on "ethnic minorities" has given the Shapsug people fresh hope of reclaiming their historical homeland
17 Nov 00
The blaze of publicity which surrounded the hijacking of a Russian aeroplane last week could well serve the interests of Islamic extremist groups
20 Oct 00
The war in Chechnya has inspired new political sympathies between Russia and Israel - but President Putin is still wary of taking sides in the Middle East crisis
1 Sep 00
Moscow continues to regard Kabardino-Balkaria as a potential breeding-ground for Islamic extremists
11 Aug 00
North Caucasus leaders pledge to fight for the rights of an ethnic group faced with extinction
14 Jul 00
Whilst waging a bitter campaign in Chechnya, President Vladimir Putin is fighting rearguard actions against the Russian oligarchs and the regional governors. Perhaps he has bitten off more than he can chew.
7 Jul 00
The booming traffic in illegal immigrants through Bosnia could scupper the nation's chances of European integration
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