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Russian school seige

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I've been looking for information on the Russian school hostage situation, but I haven't had much luck. An accurate, and detailed account for what happened from start to finish has thus far eluded me. If anyone can show me where I can find it (don't just suggest news sites, I've checked most), I'd be much appreciated.

From what I can tell, however, is that the Russians handle hostage situations quite poorly, as we've seen from the Moscow Theatre tragedy, and now this, among many other crises.

Does anyone have any insight (As I am too busy and lazy to research) into how the Russians handle these things? How their men are trained, and what their policy is for rules of engagement, entry, and extraction?

Share your knowledge with us, I'll share some of mine - when I get off my ass and make some.



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Well, a good question indeed. It was in the news this morning and the research for it is going to be internal and secret why it all failed.

So i think you won't hear anything untill the conclusions are liked by Putin.

Edited by Dirk, 07 September 2004 - 02:37 AM.

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