1 November 2002 MOSCOW, 1 November (Eurasianet)–The repercussions of the Moscow hostage crisis are being felt across the Caucasus and Central Asia. Officials in both regions say the Moscow drama highlights the need for increased vigilance and new security measures to combat terrorism and Islamic radicalism in their own countries. At the same time, some […]

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