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How the Chechen Guerrillas Shocked Their Russian Foes

August 18th, 1996 | Posted in The New Yorker, Articles | No Comments
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GROZNY – The word was on the streets by the beginning of the month. The market in the center of this Russian-occupied and nearly razed city had never been busier. Truckloads of bread sold out every hour. Cucumbers, garlic and tomatoes, the staples of summer life here, were moving by the crate. Read more »