A Russian journalist shatters the official line on Chechnya with front-line tales of the suffering of civilians and soldiers alike by Laura Belin A Dirty War by Anna Politkovskaya; Translated and edited by John Crowfoot; Introduction by Thomas de Waal; London; The Harvill Press, 2001; photos, index, chronology of events, 336 pp. Anna Politkovskaya was […]

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