28 April 1995 CONTRACT KILLINGS HAVE become almost a daily occurrence in Moscow, where more than 1,800 people were murdered in 1994. But the assassination of Vladislav Listev on 1 March led to the largest outpouring of grief in Russia since the dissident Andrei Sak-harov died in 1989. The next day, all six Russian television […]

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