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S.P.Truptin ,16 octobre 2005

hard line

Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice shake hands as they meet at his residence Novo-Ogaryovo outside Moscow October 15, 2005. Rice courted Russian support on Saturday for the U.S. hard line over Iran's nuclear programme, but there was no public sign Moscow was shifting to back Washington's policy.

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loulou picasso ,15 octobre 2005

in Nalchik

Russian Interior Ministry troops walk with their belongings in Nalchik, southern Russia Friday, Oct. 14, 2005. Security forces on Friday freed seven hostages who had been held by alleged Islamic extremists in a police station and a store, trying to snuff out the last resistance by rebels who launched simultaneous attacks on police and government buildings across this turbulent southern Russian town a day earlier. Chechen rebels claimed responsibility for the offensive in Nalchik.

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laverminepersistante.net ,30 mai 2005


Le chef de guerre tchétchène Chamil Bassaïev a revendiqué sur internet l'incendie d'un théâtre à Moscou cette semaine et assuré que des groupes de combattants préparaient d'autres attaques de ce genre à travers la Russie.

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loulou picasso ,18 mai 2005

A local resident walks in ruins of the gymnasium of the primary school in Beslan, Russia, May 16, 2005, which was seized with more than a thousand hostages inside by terrorists in September 2004. Beslan's people, still traumatized by school raid, uneasily await suspect's trial.

Chechen Nurpashi Kulayev, the only hostage-taker who survived the blood-bath that ended the school seige in Beslan looks out from behind bars in a court room during his trial in Beslan, May 17, 2005. The Chechen militant went on trial on May 17, 2005 for seizing a school in the town of Beslan in a raid that left more than 330 hostages dead, with prosecutors demanding imprisonment for life.

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