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Freelance Journalist Anne Nivat

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Freelance Journalist Anne Nivat

Freelance Journalist Anne Nivat

Freelance Journalist Anne Nivat

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After the Russians denied her press access to Chechnya, she disguised herself as a peasant and snuck across the border. For six months she followed the war, traveling with the underground rebels and staying with families. Nivat, based in Moscow, is the author of Chienne de Guerre: A Woman Reporter Behind the Lines of the War In Chechnya.

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