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Kurbatova, Christina
Детки
Милые, хорошие наши детки!!! Так просто не должно быть, это больно, это нечестно, это ужасно.
30/06/24 01:30 more...
author Ольга

Grishin, Alexey
Памяти Алексея Дмитриевича Гришина
Светлая память прекрасному человеку! Мы работали в ГМПС, тогда он был молодым начальником отдела металлов, подающим боль...
14/11/23 18:27 more...
author Бондарева Юлия

Panteleev, Denis
Вот уже и 21 год , а будто как вчера !!!!
26/10/23 12:11 more...
author Ирина

Ustinovskaya, Yekaterina
Помним.
24/10/23 17:44 more...
author Аноним

Bochkov, Alexei
Терракт в Палестине, Сектор Газа
Сегодня в гражданскую больницу Палестины прилетела ракета, погибли до 1000 человек, весь мир взбудоражен. И я оказался н...
18/10/23 02:13 more...
author Андрей

Chronology of events of hostage taking in Moscow, October 23–26, 2002
Понедельник, 28 Октябрь 2002

From Rossiyskaya Gazeta, October 28th, 2002

Fifty-eight hours

Зал в ТЦ на ДубровкеThat is how long the nightmare on Melnikov Street in Moscow kept the entire nation on edge

Wednesday, October 23rd

9:15 p.m.  A group of armed militants in camouflage enter the theatrical center at Dubrovka, on Number 7 Melnikov Street, what was formerly known as the Palace of Culture (DK) of the government bearings plant.  The theater is variously referred to as ‘Nord-Ost’ (from the musical being performed in the theater at the time), Dubrovka, or simply ‘DK’.  More than 800 people are watching the musical at the time.

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The Genealogy of Chechen terrorism
Понедельник, 23 Декабрь 2002

In Sueddeutsche Zeitung

“I dream of repeating what my brother did.” Their sons, brothers, and sisters held all of Russia in fear for several days. Why are the relatives of the terrorists who seized hostages in Moscow ready to do it again?

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The ones who left
Понедельник, 01 Январь 2007

By Lenta.ru

Lenta.ru remembers famous people who died in 2006

October 7th, Anna Politkovskaya, journalist.

48 year-old Politkovskaya was famous as a journalist and human rights advocate who wrote material on Chechnya for ‘Novaya Gazeta’. In these, she accused the military of various crimes, including the murder of peaceful residents of Chechnya.

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‘Nord-Ost’: aftertaste
Воскресенье, 01 Декабрь 2002

By Elena Ryabinina

ImageA view of the problem

We offer for your consideration the story of two former hostages from ‘Nord-Ost’, and their further adventures, as written by a close relative. Members of the Citizen’s Cooperative human rights organization sent the following material to the editorial offices of MXG Chronicles.

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He who cannot be named
Пятница, 21 Май 2004

'Agentura'

There was an unexpected, big break in declassifications last week. Apparently, after the events at Beslan, the Zamoskvorech'ye court decided to open access to some important documents concerning the investigation of tragedy at Dubrovka ('Nordost'). This is a positive step.

From that which was declassified, it is clear that no one was guilty in the deaths of the hostages. This, in principle, is not news, since that has been the official position since immediately after tragedy.

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A play about Dubrovka in London
Понедельник, 18 Сентябрь 2006

By Maria Grechaninova    

 

Сцена из спектакля

Armed people on stage, and hostages in the auditorium.  These, and others, wait to see what the Russian authorities will do.  Thus it was in Moscow in 2002, and the same is happening now on stage in the theaters in London, only this time it is merely a show.

 

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“YOU SAT FOR THREE DAYS, WHILE I SAT FOR THREE MONTHS…"
Среда, 30 Октябрь 2002
“YOU SAT FOR THREE DAYS, WHILE I SAT FOR THREE MONTHS — AND NO BIGGIE”

ImageYesterday Pavel Borodin came to the Filatov Children’s Hospital, where there are five children who were rescued from the theater on Dubrovka. He brought huge bouquets of flowers for the small hostages, and, as moral support, shared with them his rich life experiences. “You sat for three days, while I sat for three months — and no biggie,” said ‘Pal Palych’ (Pavel Pavlovich Borodin) to the kids.

“Whom are we waiting for?” a doctor asks colleagues that are huddling on the porch of the admissions department.

“Borodin.”

“Why?”

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