13 May 2002 MOSCOW, 10 May (Gazeta.Ru)–A bomb tore through a Victory Day parade on 9 May in Dagestan, a southern Russian republic bordering Chechnya, killing 41 people, including 17 children. Over 100 people injured in the attack remain hospitalized in Kaspiisk, where the blast occurred, and in [the Dagestani capital of] Makhachkala. Russian President […]

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