A Vision of Hell

Borisov, Sergei
September 2004
Transitions Online;9/6/2004, pN.PAG
Focuses on a terrorist attack in Beslan, Russia on September 1, 2004 that killed and injured hundreds of civilians. Details of the course of events during the terrorist attack; Background on the demands made by the terrorists; Comparison of the coverage of the crisis by Russian and foreign media; Reaction of Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin to criticisms of his handling of the crisis.


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