The fighting in Chechnya and neighboring republics has left environmental destruction and rapidly decaying health by Nabi Abdullaev One NAZRAN, INGUSHETIA, Russia–The dark warehouse of the Anarik refugee camp in Ingushetia, divided into partitions with dirty planks and smeared paperboard, resembles a honeycomb. An old woman lies on a plank bed and coughs long and […]

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