by Patrick Moore AUGUST IS GENERALLY KNOWN AMONG JOURNALISTS as the “silly season,” during which precious little hard news is available and media people are often reduced to digging up man-bites-dog stories in order to generate copy. This August proved an exception, not just because of the conflict in Chechnya and the heating up of […]

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