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Nord-Ost's Eternal Hostages
Written by MK.ru   
, 27 2010

The effect of harmless gas: 8years later people live on drugs, have become blind, deaf, insane, and given birth to disabled children

Today is the eighth anniversary of the tragedy that is abbreviated as 'Nord-Ost'.

On October 23rd, 2002, gunmen seized the Dubrovka theater complex in Moscow. 912 people became hostages. OnOctober 26th, at 5.30 am, a secret gas was introduced into the theater building. Asa result the terrorists were eliminated and 130hostages were killed.

Years passed.

The Russian people turned another sad page of our history, and happily forgot the tragedy. Soit is with human memory all details, even important events, gradually disappear.

Today the former hostages who were disabled, mothers who lost their children, children who were in an instant deprived of parents, all were left alone with his grief. Tothis day they try to uncover the truth, which, in their opinion, the state buried along with the victims of Nord-Ost.

In their search for truth, survivors of the attack came to the Strasbourg Court.

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Victims of terrorist attack on Dubrovka
Written by newsru.com   
, 26 2010
Victims of terrorist attack on Dubrovka suffer the consequences of the harmless gas: they are sick, deaf and blind
 , 26 ,          On Tuesday, October 26th, Russia remembers the victims of the terrorist attack on the theater at Dubrovka. OnOctober 22nd (sic), 2002, during the musical Nord-Ost, terrorists took 912people hostage and held them for three days. Onthe morning of October 26th the authorities launched a special operation, during which a gas was used in order to prevent the guerrillas from blowing up the booby-trapped building. Asa result, all the terrorists were destroyed and 130hostages, including 10children, were killed. Undisclosed details of the raid, as well as how the former hostages now live, were recounted to the media by the co-chair of the Nord-Ost Regional Public Organization, Tatiana Karpova, her husband Sergey, and their son Nikolai. Thefamily lost their son, Nikolai's brother, Aleksandr Karpov, in the attack. According to them, despite assurances from the authorities that a harmless gas was used in the assault, 8years later people constantly seek constant treatment for aggravated chronic and acquired illnesses.
As Tatiana Karpova reported to Novye Izvestiya, at this time the federal government does not assist the former hostages. Forthe last four years the only support has been provided by the Moscow mayor's office, help such as the installation of a memorial plaque and assistance in finding physicians and receiving summer holidays for orphans of the assault.

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Powerful bomb found in the National Theatre and ConcertHall
Written by Administrator   
, 26 2010
ImageSappers on Monday defused an improvised explosive device at the State Theatre and Concert Hall in Grozny, a source in the region's law enforcement agency stated.
According to the source a metal box with a bomb was found about six o'clock in evening on Dagestan Street #75. Thebomb consisted of a plastic canister filled with 6kilograms of TNT, and shrapnel elements in the form of pieces of valves, nuts, bolts, and a Nokia-brand mobile phone.

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The Edge ofTime
Written by svobodanews.ru   
, 26 2010
 Can the Russian government to protect the rights of the Dubrovka terror attack victims?
We are talking about this with Nord-Ost hostage Svetlana Gubareva, father of two Nord-Ost hostages Dmitry Milovidov, their attorney Karinna Moskalenko, and Vympel special operations veteran Anatoly Yermolin.

Vladimir Kara-Murza on the rights of victims of terrorist attacks on Dubrovka

Vladimir Kara-Murza:
In Moscow today they remembered victims of the terrorist attack at Dubrovka. About 500people participated in a commemoration. After a minute of silence, all the victims were identified by name. OnOctober 22nd (ed note: October 23rd), 2002, during a performance of the musical Nord-Ost, terrorists took 912hostages and held them for three days. Onthe morning of the 26th the authorities launched a special operation during which they used an unknown gas. Asa result all the terrorists were destroyed, and 130hostages, including 10children, died. Those who survived the raid still demand the names of those responsible for the operation, since many died after rescue in not receiving timely medical assistance. Manysurvivors of Nord-Ost have chronic illnesses, lost vision and hearing, and yet have not been designated victims of a terrorist attack. Orphaned children receive survivor benefits of about three thousand rubles (about$120 a month). TheKorallovo School, founded by Mikhail Khodorkovsky, is the only high school that gives free tuition to child victims of Nord-Ost and other attacks. TheEuropean Court of Human Rights is expected by the end of the year to make a decision on the complaint of 80victims of the terrorist attack at Dubrovka. About whether the Russian state can protect the rights of victims of terrorist attacks at Dubrovka, today we are talking with Svetlana Gubareva, a former Nord-Ost, Dmitry Milovidov, the father of two hostages, attorney Karinna Moskalenko, and Anatoly Yermolin, a veteran of the Vympel special operations group. Atwhat stage is the European Court of Human Rights in its consideration of the Dubrovka terror attack complaint?

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At Dubrovka 130white balloons were released into thesky
Written by   
, 26 2010
Moscow has been hosting events commemorating the eighth anniversary of the hostage rescue at Dubrovka. OnTuesday morning about 100persons came to Dubrovka to participate in a memorial ceremony in memory of the victims of the 2002terrorist attack.
According to a reporter from Nakanune.RU, hostages, members of public organizations, political parties, and students came to the ceremony. People brought flowers and candles, which they placed at the memorial located in front of the Theater-Concert Complex.

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