Kidnapping in Russia

Last week's kidnapping of "Doctors Without Borders" aid worker Kenny Gluck highlights the lawlessness that persists in Chechnya, even though Russian troops claim to have retaken the republic. There is evidence that both pro- and anti-Russian forces are active in the kidnapping business. Natasha Yefimova reports.



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