by LAURA BELIN TERRORISM, AND VIOLENT crime in general, has become more common in Russia in recent years. Although terrorists have struck across the country, the most frequent targets and the most shocking incidents have been in the North Caucasus. In five incidents between December 1993 and October 1994, gunmen or hijackers demanded to be […]

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