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May 6, 1992 | Christian Science Monitor
Dushanbe, the normally quiet capital city of Tajikistan, tottered on the edge of large-scale violence Tuesday after the conservative government of President Rakhman Nabiyev threatened to use "Los Angeles-style force" to crush opposition demonstrators and began arming a newly formed national guard that the opposition charges is composed of "criminals." Nabiyev is also believed to be moving heavily armed Interior Ministry troops into Dushanbe from his home city of Leninabad.
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May 6, 1992 | Christian Science Monitor
Dushanbe, the normally quiet capital city of Tajikistan, tottered on the edge of large-scale violence Tuesday after the conservative government of President Rakhman Nabiyev threatened to use "Los Angeles-style force" to crush opposition demonstrators and began arming a newly formed national guard that the opposition charges is composed of "criminals." Nabiyev is also believed to be moving heavily armed Interior Ministry troops into Dushanbe from his home city of Leninabad.
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