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The book We Will Not Die
, 26 2011

The book We Will Not Die is released in time for the 9th anniversary of the tragedy at Dubrovka

ImageIn October 2002, terrorists took hostage nearly 1,000 artists and spectators of the musical Nord-Ost. 130could not be saved. Flowers and wreaths were laid by the memorial plaque, while white balloons were released into thesky.

Today in Russia they remember the victims of the tragedy at the theatrical center on Dubrovka. Victims and the loved ones of those who perished gathered by the building in Moscow. 9years ago, nearly 1000artists and members of the audience of the musical Nord-Ost were held hostage by terrorists. 130died. Amoment of silence was observed in their memory, while flowers and wreaths were laid by a memorial plaque and 130white balloons were released into the sky. Inaddition, on the anniversary of the tragedy a book devoted to the victims of the attack was published. Among its authors is a hostage.

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Karinna Moskalenko
, 25 1999

Karinna Moskalenko: “Besides the European Court, we do not have anything else we can count on”

   Rosa Malsagova / RFIKarinna Moskalenko, the attorney representing the ‘Nord-Ost’ victims at the European Court of Human Rights, talks about the case’s progress in Strasbourg, which has become became her clients’ lasthope.

October 24th marks the 9years from the date of the seizure of hostages in the theater on Dubrovka in Moscow. 912people had come to see the musical ‘Nord-Ost’, and on October 26th, 2002, during the assault 130of them were killed, according to official figures. Theinvestigation into the terrorist attack was called off in 2007, but reopened again thisyear.

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Nord-Ost A unfinished play for 130people
, 21 2011

Written by Zviad Mchedlishvili
Friday, October 21st, 2011

‘Nord-Ost’ an unfinished play for one hundred and thirty people. Ithas been nine years since the tragedy at Dubrovka. Whohad something to gain from the terrorist attack? Wasit possible to avoid an assault? Whydid the Russian authorities not let the terrorists release hostages? Morequestions than answers.

Musa Taipov, Anzor Maskhadov, Maxim Shevchenko, and Svetlana Gubareva on ‘Pulse of the Caucasus’ (Russian only)

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9years of 'Nord-Ost', memory of the victims
, 24 2011
ImageIt has been 9years since terrorists seized hostages in the Moscow theatrical center on Dubrovka. TheRussian authorities are indifferent to the memory of the victims of terrorist attacks, says Svetlana Gubareva, a former hostage who lost in that terrorist attack her daughter and fiancé. OnOctober 23rd, 2002, during the musical ‘Nord-Ost’, a group of Chechen rebels led by Movsar Barayev seized more than 900people. Theterrorists 32men and 18women held them hostage for three days. OnOctober 26th, Russian commandos stormed the theatrical center and destroyed the terrorists. 130hostages died as a result of the use of a secret gas. Former hostage Svetlana Gubareva, now a member of the coordinating council of of the ‘Nord-Ost’ regional public organization, lost her daughter and fiancé in the theatrical center on Dubrovka.

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Dmitry Milovidov on Dozhd TV
, 25 2011

(Original title: ‘Nord-Ost’: Why the authorities are afraid of revealing the truth)



Dmitry Milovidov, a member of the coordinating council of ‘Nord-Ost’, spoke about what has changed in the 9years since the seizure of the theatrical center on Dubrovka. Hisdaughters were taken hostage, and one of them perished during the storming of the building.

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, 21 2011
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Nord-Ost through the eyes of the Ukrainian hostages
, 19 2011

ImageIn anticipation of the anniversary of the hostage crisis in Moscow theatrical center, we are presenting you a broadcast from ‘Ukraina’ television:

‘Nord-Ost’, 8years on. Through the eyes of the Ukrainian hostages

Odessa resident Elena Burban was walking around Moscow, and on the spur of the moment bought 2tickets to the sensational musical ‘Nord-Ost’. Theevening of October 23rd was a special one. Itwas a small anniversary: ​​three months since their wedding. Itwas nothing but fate, and the girl and her husband ended up taken hostage by Chechen terrorists. Three days under siege, three days of uncertainty, three days that lasted for an eternity. Shereturned home to Odessa from Moscow awidow.

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