25 April 1994 It was clear on Sunday evening that something had gone wrong: Vitaly Churkin, the special envoy of Russian President Boris Yeltsin and the deputy of Russian Information Minister Andrei Kozyirev, appeared on television depressed and downcast. ``These five hours have been the most difficult time in my life. Some big mistakes have […]

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