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Ruth Daniloff

A determined spirit guides Grozny

Renovated houses as seen from an abandoned observation post of Russia's federal forces in Grozny, the war-damaged capital of Chechnya. Renovated houses as seen from an abandoned observation post of Russia's federal forces in Grozny, the war-damaged capital of Chechnya. (Sergei Uzakov via Newscom)
By Ruth Daniloff
November 14, 2007

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AN IN-YOUR-FACE attitude rules Grozny these days. It is as though the city is telling the Kremlin: OK, you won the war. You killed 15 percent of our population and dispatched us across the world as refugees. You can still arrest us arbitrarily. But you cannot kill our spirit. (Full article: 961 words)

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