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 POLITICS > WAR ON INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM > INTERNATIONAL REACTION
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IN ENGLISH U.S. Wants to Help Georgia with Al Qaeda Problem
 February 20th 2002 Reuters / Elaine Monaghan
IN ENGLISH US congressman: US can learn from Chechen war
 February 18th 2002 Associated Press
IN ENGLISH Chechens are victims of the war on terror
 February 17th 2002 Toronto Sun / Eric Margolis
IN ENGLISH US targets al-Qaida hideout in Georgia
 February 15th 2002 The Guardian / Ian Traynor
America wants to train forces on ground to root out Islamists
IN ENGLISH U.S. Seeing Chechens Russia's Way - May Be to Putin's Chagrin
 February 14th 2002 STRATFOR
IN ENGLISH US: Afghan terrorists hide in Georgia
 February 11th 2002 Associated Press
IN ENGLISH Chechnya´s tragedy
 February 6th 2002 The Washington Times / Editorial
IN ENGLISH The West and Chechnya: The diplomacy of Realpolitik
 February 5th 2002 Ichkeria.org / Chris Kline
IN ENGLISH Malaysian Prime Minister asks for international definition of terrorism
 January 29th 2002 Associated Press
IN ENGLISH Tiptoe diplomacy
 January 28th 2002 The Washington Post / Fred Hiatt
 
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