13 May 2002More than 40 people killed, 130 injured after a bomb explodes at a Victory Day parade in Dagestan. PRAGUE, Czech Republic–Russia’s celebrations of Victory Day on 9 May were deeply scarred by an explosion in the Caucasian republic of Dagestan that killed 42 people, including 13 children, as well as World War II […]

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