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Grishin, Alexey
Памяти Алексея Дмитриевича Гришина
Светлая память прекрасному человеку! Мы работали в ГМПС, тогда он был молодым начальником отдела металлов, подающим боль...
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author Бондарева Юлия

Panteleev, Denis
Вот уже и 21 год , а будто как вчера !!!!
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author Ирина

Ustinovskaya, Yekaterina
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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...
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author Андрей

Radchenko, Vladimir
Дядя Володя, я тебя помню и буду помнить всегда!
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author Елена

The Moskalenko Memorandum
Written by Елена Милашина   
Четверг, 21 Октябрь 2010

Nord-Ost in court at Strasbourg: Russia needed eight years to abandon the principle of “we do not negotiate with terrorists.”

ImageOn October 23, 2002, the first Russian musical, Nord-Ost, was performed at Dubrovka. More than 900 persons were in the auditorium, and almost all were taken hostage by about 40 Chechen terrorists who carried out unhindered in the center of Moscow one of the largest terrorist attacks in Russian history.

On the night of October 25–26, it was decided to conduct assault on the theater. It is known that the operational headquarters included General Viktor Pronichev, deputy head of the FSB, and Aleksandr Voloshin, chief of presidential administration. The command went out to storm the theater using special operational units of the FSB, under the command of another FSB deputy chief, General Aleksandr Tikhonov.

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74%of Russians accuse the government of concealing the truth
Written by Лента.ру   
Вторник, 19 Октябрь 2010

Three-quarters of Russians accuse the government of concealing the truth about Nord-Ost

Кремль74 percent of Russians do not believe the official version of events at Dubrovka, this according to data from the Levada-Center.

52 percent of Russians believe that the government tells only part of the truth, 19 percent believe that they are hiding the whole truth. According to three percent of the country's citizens, the authorities are lying and avoiding the truth. Only nine percent believe that the authorities are telling the truth. 17 percent were undecided.

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‘Day of Distrust’ rally held in Moscow
Written by Грани.ру   
Воскресенье, 26 Сентябрь 2010

ImageAt Chistye Prudy in Moscow a rally dedicated to the 11th anniversary of the FSB's Ryazan exercise’ was held, titled ‘A Day of Distrust’. According to a reporter from 'Grany', about a hundred people attended. The protesters held dozens of posters with slogans such as: ‘Do not believe the state version of the bombings’, ‘Ryazan — we don't believe’, ‘Beslan — we don't believe’, ‘FSB is hiding the truth — slain Anna Politkovskaya, Yuri Shchekochikhin, Sergei Yushenkov, and Alexander Litvinenko were seeking the truth’.

Attending the rally were representatives from the Solidarity movement, antiwar organizations, human rights activists, as well as ordinary Muscovites. People remembered the tragic events of apartment bombings in Volgodonsk, Moscow, and Buinaksk in September of 1999. According to the participants, the exercises that were conducted by the secret service in Ryazan forces them to doubt that Chechen rebels blew up apartment buildings in other cities.

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Russian parliament bans criticism of the war on terror
Written by Алексей Усов   
Четверг, 23 Сентябрь 2010
The Russian parliament has banned criticism of the fight against terrorism, equating it to the state secrets acts of 10 years ago. The law would deny information about the Chechen war, Nord-Ost, and Beslan.
ImageThe Russian parliament approved the first reading of a government bill equating information on combating terrorism with state secrets. The only opposing Members of Parliament came from the Fair Russia party, though it did cause confusion even among the sympathetic United Russia party. The law proposes that information on the security of ‘critical facilities’ would be a state secret, but there are no criteria determining which objects are considered ‘serious’ — the parliament building, kindergartens, or market stalls. Opponents of the law state that it would prohibit journalists from investigating terror attacks, and even prohibit analysis and criticism of the security services. If such a law had been passed earlier, then details on the disastrous mistakes of the Chechen wars, Nord-Ost, Beslan, and other tragedies, might have remained unknown.

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Rehabilitating victims of terrorist attacks isn't a priority
Written by Ирина Халай   
Среда, 15 Сентябрь 2010

ImageOn the day before the 11th anniversary of the Volgodonsk bombing, we learned that our project, whose goal is social rehabilitation of the victims of the Volgodonsk suicide attack, was — once again — not among the winners of a presidential grant.

The trusteeship of the grants, assigned to the Public Chamber of Russia's «National Welfare Fund», has for the fourth time demonstrated that assisting victims of a terrorist attack is not Russia's priority.

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