The National Front goes to Chechnyaby Mark Hunter Of all the National Front's (FN) ploys in the East, the strangest to date may be an adventure combining the oil-rich Chechen resistance, Slovak and Croatian arms dealers, and Bernard Courcelle, director of the FN's 1,700-strong Department of Protection and Security (DPS), which the party's critics in […]

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