15 November 2001 MOSCOW, 15 November (Gazeta.Ru)–The group that kiddnapped a Russian army officer claims to have killed him after a deadline passed 11 November, but the Defense Ministry claims he is alive and negotiations continue to win his release. The ministry is placing the fate of the abducted officer at the feet of journalists […]

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