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WE WILL NOT DIE
Норд ост
Вечная память погибшим во всех терактах! Низкий поклон Миловидову Дмитрию и всем активистам РОО «Норд-Ост» за огромную р...
01/11/18 21:33 more...
author Сергей Синельников

To all who is not indifferent
Среди невинно погибших были не только православные и не только граждане РФ.
24/10/18 13:20 more...
author Alexis Gergant

WE WILL NOT DIE
Хотела скачать книгу и не смогла, слишком больно ещё вспоминать. Помню, что были в зале замечательные врачи, которые да...
23/10/18 19:35 more...
author Юлия

Перпендикулярная Карпова
Светлой Памяти, дорогая Татьяна Ивановна
Меня зовут Иван, и я 10 лет отучился у Татьяны Ивановны английскому. Могу абсолютно точно сказать, что более целеустреле...
01/10/18 17:39 more...
author Иван

The official list of the lost hostages
Соболезнования. Ужасно.
18/07/18 11:32 more...
author Альберт

english
English resources on a theme terrorist attacks
  Web Link
  Link   Terrorism in Russia
1999-2011-RUSSIA-THE TRUTH BEHIND MODERN RUSSIA’S WORST TRAGEDIES. Democratic Russia Committee, Institute of Modern Russia and “Dare to Speak” Productions present a UNIQUE ten-day event at the Gene Frankel theatre in downtown New York City, that w
  Link   Department of State Reports on Russia
The United States understands that the existence of human rights helps secure the peace, deter aggression, promote the rule of law, combat crime and corruption, strengthen democracies, and prevent humanitarian crises.
  Link   European Court of Human Rights
The Internet site of the European Court of Human Rights
  Link   The Chemical Weapons Convention
  Link   Moscow theater hostage crisis in wikipedia.org
The Moscow theatre hostage crisis was the seizure on October 23, 2002 of a crowded Moscow theatre by armed Chechen men and women who claimed allegiance to the separatist movement in Chechnya.
  Link   9.11
Site of families, at which were lost on close September 11
  Link   Journalists Memorial
The Journalists Memorial, located in the Newseum in Washington, D.C., pays tribute to reporters, photographers and broadcasters who have died reporting the news. The names of 2,084 individuals from around the world are etched on the glass panels of t