20 September 1996Chechnya: in August, at least 400 Russian soldiers were killed and more than 1,000 wounded in a Chechen offensive that lasted more than two weeks (Chechen spokesmen claim far greater Russian casualties). Thousands of Grozny residents clogged roads leading out of the city in response to a Russian general’s warning to flee, only […]

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