Putin Hints at Strong Move Against Terrorism

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Reacting to the events in Beslan, President Vladimir Putin says Russia has become a target for international terrorists. He says "weakness" led to the hostage disaster, raising questions about what he might do to combat terrorism. Hear NPR's Jennifer Ludden and Sarah Mendelson of the Center for Strategic and International Studies.



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