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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