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Chechens See Old Hostilities in New Moscow Policy

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Chechens See Old Hostilities in New Moscow Policy

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Chechens See Old Hostilities in New Moscow Policy

Chechens See Old Hostilities in New Moscow Policy

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Tensions between Russia and Chechnya escalated with the rebel seizure of a school in Beslan earlier this month. Chechen separatists claim the violence stems from decades of abuse by Russian authorities seeking to take control of the region. NPR's Emily Harris reports.

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