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Victim of the terror act in Beslan
Written by Фабрика новостей   
Вторник, 20 Декабрь 2005

Russian federal authorities recognized Karaganda resident Natalya Gutnova as a victim of the Beslan terror act. On September 1st, 2004, she lost her eldest son Zaur, who died at Beslan School #1. Gutnova together with her two other children had to travel to Osetia to participate in judicial proceedings in order to prove her right to benefits and compensation from the Russian government.

Russian federal authorities recognized Karaganda resident Natalya Gutnova as a victim of the Beslan terror act. On September 1st, 2004, she lost her eldest son Zaur, who died at Beslan School #1. Gutnova together with her two other children had to travel to Osetia to participate in judicial proceedings in order to prove her right to benefits and compensation from the Russian government.

 

Russian federal authorities recognized Karaganda resident Natalya Gutnova as a victim of the Beslan terror act.  Recall that on September 1st of last year the woman lost her eldest son Zaur, who was killed as a result of the terror act at Beslan School #1. Gutnova together with her two other children had to travel to Osetia to participate in judicial proceedings in order to prove her right to benefits and compensation from the Russian government.


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