February 7, 2014

Russia's Dagestan Simmers with Violence

Julia Smirnova, Worldcrunch

The Associated Press

Acts of violence are committed virtually every day in Dagestan, the Russian republic east of Chechnya. The conflict between terrorists and security forces here is currently “the bloodiest in Europe,” according to the think tank International Crisis Group.

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