by Susan Caskie Chechnya The Death of Dudaev Chechens couldn’t believe it. Russians couldn’t believe it. Even the Russian military, supposedly responsible for the deed, had a hard time believing it. On 25 April, Chechen and Russian sources confirmed that Chechen President Dzhokhar Dudaev, the nemesis of Russian President Boris Yeltsin during more than a […]

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