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ID number:256636
Published: 24.11.2006.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
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France Calls for End to Chechen War
AP, The Moscow Times: January 26, 2004

""Everyone perceives the urgency of finding a solution to put an end to this long suffering. Chechnya has been in a situation of open war for too many years, with its many dramas and its risks to throwing the situation in its neighboring countries, from Turkey to Iran, out of balance," de Villepin told students at the Moscow Foreign Affairs Institute."

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Old Enemies Enlist In U.S. Terror War
The Washington Post, January 1, 2004

"In Russia, U.S. officials increasingly accept Moscow's portrayal of the Chechen war as part of an international battle against terrorism but avoid endorsing the brutal tactics Russian troops employ against civilians."

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An interview of Ilyas Akhmadov, the Foreign Minister of the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria
The Chechen Times, January 1, 2004

"We can only regret that Moscow had not enough common political wisdom to choose the way of a constructive dialog to settle the Russian-Chechen conflict, instead of staging unwanted processes to discredit Chechen leaders, the outcome of which is known beforehand."

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Sacrificing Principle to Putin
Fred Hiatt, The Washington Post, December 16, 2003

"...[T]he administration is transmitting Russian "evidence" against Akhmadov to an immigration judge in Boston...a British judge, hearing a Russian request to extradite another Chechen official, recently threw out the case...convinced that Russian authorities had tortured their chief witness..."

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Akhmed Zakayev urges "real" political process
The Chechen Times, November 17, 2003

"Let me remind you of the well-known truth that all wars end in peace through negotiations. Chechnya and Russia are no exception in that respect."

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