The Aftermath of the School Siege in Russia As Russia buries its dead after the school hostage crisis in Beslan, many questions remain. President Putin has said there'll be no surrender to demands for Chechen independence; the rebels show no sign of giving up.
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The Aftermath of the School Siege in Russia

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The Aftermath of the School Siege in Russia

The Aftermath of the School Siege in Russia

The Aftermath of the School Siege in Russia

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As Russia buries its dead after the school hostage crisis in Beslan, many questions remain. President Putin has said there'll be no surrender to demands for Chechen independence; the rebels show no sign of giving up.

Lawrence Sheets, NPR Moscow correspondent

Matthew Evangelista, author of The Chechen Wars: Will Russia Go the Way of the Soviet Union?. Professor of government at Cornell University.

Steven Handelman, columnist for Timemagazine