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 POLITICS > WAR ON INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM > RUSSIAN REACTION
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IN ENGLISH Foreign Minister: bin Laden could be in Caucasus
 February 17th 2002 Associated Press
IN ENGLISH Russian Governor Claims There Are Al-Qaeda´s Envoys in Chechnya
 February 15th 2002 RIA Novosti
IN ENGLISH Russia: War Ideas Weaken Coalition
 February 13th 2002 Associated Press
IN ENGLISH Yastrzhembsky: Russia says will talk to Chechens on its terms
 February 12th 2002 Reuters / Tara FitzGerald
IN ENGLISH U.S., Russia at Odds Over War on Terrorism
 February 3rd 2002 Reuters / John Chalmers
IN ENGLISH Yankees, Go to Chechnya! - Russia has been shown the way it is to be done
 January 25th 2002 Nezavisimaya Gazeta / Vladimir Georgiyev
IN ENGLISH Moscow negative about Akhmadov's visit to U.S. State Department
 January 24th 2002 Interfax
IN ENGLISH Dmitry Rogozin Accuses European Parliamentarians of Support for Political Extremists in Chechnya
 January 23rd 2002 RIA Novosti / Leonid Kokovich
IN ENGLISH Putin in Paris: Russia in Chechnya is the same as U.S: in Afghanistan
 January 15th 2002 Polish Press Agency
IN ENGLISH West admits: Chechnya is Russia's internal problem
 January 4th 2002 pravda.ru / Dmitry Litvinovich
 
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