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December 10, 2000 | MAURA REYNOLDS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Back-to-back bombs exploded in a Chechen village Saturday, in what Russian officials called a trap set by rebels that killed at least 19 people. "It certainly did not occur to us that rebels would conduct such an insidious act of terror against their own people," said Lt. Gen. Valery Baranov, commander of Russia's armed forces in Chechnya. Baranov said a caller telephoned local officials in the separatist republic about 11 a.m.
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December 10, 2000 | MAURA REYNOLDS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Back-to-back bombs exploded in a Chechen village Saturday, in what Russian officials called a trap set by rebels that killed at least 19 people. "It certainly did not occur to us that rebels would conduct such an insidious act of terror against their own people," said Lt. Gen. Valery Baranov, commander of Russia's armed forces in Chechnya. Baranov said a caller telephoned local officials in the separatist republic about 11 a.m.
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July 6, 2000 | From Reuters
President Vladimir V. Putin has ordered Russian security officials to improve their performance in Chechnya in the wake of bomb attacks that have killed more than 30 people in the breakaway province. A new bomb explosion early today killed two people in the neighboring region of Dagestan, which has often seen spillover from the Chechnya conflict. Putin issued the warning to ministers and officials attending late-night talks Wednesday at a military base in the North Caucasus region.
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July 6, 2000 | From Reuters
President Vladimir V. Putin has ordered Russian security officials to improve their performance in Chechnya in the wake of bomb attacks that have killed more than 30 people in the breakaway province. A new bomb explosion early today killed two people in the neighboring region of Dagestan, which has often seen spillover from the Chechnya conflict. Putin issued the warning to ministers and officials attending late-night talks Wednesday at a military base in the North Caucasus region.
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