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September 8, 1996 | Times Wire Services
Russia's leading human rights campaigner, parliamentarian Sergei A. Kovalev, plans to travel to the United States today for heart surgery, the Itar-Tass news agency said Saturday. The 66-year-old Kovalev had a serious heart attack in July and spent more than a month in Moscow's Central Clinical Hospital. He has been suffering from ischemia, a condition under which blocked arteries cannot circulate enough blood to the heart muscles. The same problem put President Boris N.
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September 8, 1996 | Times Wire Services
Russia's leading human rights campaigner, parliamentarian Sergei A. Kovalev, plans to travel to the United States today for heart surgery, the Itar-Tass news agency said Saturday. The 66-year-old Kovalev had a serious heart attack in July and spent more than a month in Moscow's Central Clinical Hospital. He has been suffering from ischemia, a condition under which blocked arteries cannot circulate enough blood to the heart muscles. The same problem put President Boris N.
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January 7, 1995 | RICHARD BOUDREAUX, TIMES STAFF WRITER
His tired, bespectacled face and shy, reasoning voice seem out of place in the brutal battle for Chechnya. But three weeks ago, 64-year-old lawmaker Sergei A. Kovalev traveled there to show his opposition to the Russian assault on the tiny, secessionist republic and stayed to chronicle the daily suffering inflicted by Russian bombs, artillery and tank fire.
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January 7, 1995 | RICHARD BOUDREAUX, TIMES STAFF WRITER
His tired, bespectacled face and shy, reasoning voice seem out of place in the brutal battle for Chechnya. But three weeks ago, 64-year-old lawmaker Sergei A. Kovalev traveled there to show his opposition to the Russian assault on the tiny, secessionist republic and stayed to chronicle the daily suffering inflicted by Russian bombs, artillery and tank fire.
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December 7, 1993 | SONNI EFRON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Russian campaign train chugs out past the dingy cement housing blocks that blight the Moscow suburbs, toward the rich farmland of Tambov, where silvery birch trees line the train tracks, and no soot stains the snow. Inside his steamy compartment, the candidate sits on his bunk eating tangerines, bread and cheese and sipping sugary tea. He keeps a dreamy silence while his friends chat around him.
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