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Theatre gunmen fire at escapees  Chechen gunmen have fired bazookas at two women who escaped as medical personnel entered the building 7 freed from theater  Urgent negotiations are going on to try to secure the release of 75 foreign nationals Russian troops storm theater
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1. 01-27 Top Russians die in crash Chechnya
08-19 Crash: 115 servicemen dead Chechnya
D. 08-25 Troops enter Pankisi Gorge Georgia
E. 08-30 Missile downed Russian helicopter Chechnya
F. 09-26 Dozens die in battle Chechnya
G. 10-10 9 killed in explosion Grozny, Chechnya
7. 10-11 Dozens missing in blast Chechnya
I. 10-23 Chechen gunmen seize theater Moscow

Troops enter Pankisi Gorge  Moscow says it wants cleared Gorge of Chechen rebels   Missile downed Russian helicopter  Russia has confirmed helicopter that went down 11 days ago killing 118 people, was shot down by a missile Dozens die in battle  At least 7 Russians and 70 Chechen rebels died in a fierce gun battle after rebels shot down a Russian helicopter gunship 9 killed in explosion   A powerful blast ripped through a police precinct building in Chechnya's capital Grozny Dozens missing in blast  Rescue workers are searching the rubble of a police building wrecked by an explosion that has killed at least 15 people Chechen gunmen seize theater
Top Russians die in crash  14 senior officials, including a deputy interior minister, have died after a military helicopter crashed Russia hunts for parade attackers  A top presidential official has cautioned against blaming Chechen separatists for the bomb attack   Crash: 115 servicemen dead

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  Soldiers and crew are feared dead after a military helicopter crash-landed. Indications that a fire had broken out

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  Gunmen took more than 700 people hostage, threatening to kill some. They had mined portions of the building
  36 of the Chechen hostage-takers were killed preventing the explosion of the building. Some of the captors may have escaped
 During a sold out performance of Nord-Ost, 42 heavily armed Chechen militants took 850 hostages and demanded the withdrawal of Russian forces from Chechnya. 129 of the hostages, mainly children who overdosed on Fentanyl, were killed
Oct.29     Rebels down Russian helicopter  4 men were killed when a helicopter was shot down by Chechen rebels. Mi-8 helicopter was hit probably with a missile

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Nov.1   Warlord admits Moscow theatre raid
  Shamil Basayev said on a Web site that his group was behind theatre siege in which 119 hostages died Nov.3     Helicopter down - '9 dead'  Rebels shot down a Russian military helicopter, after Moscow forces had launched new military action against terrorists Nov.10     Putin attacks Chechen peace calls  Russian President has ruled out talks with what he called 'terrorists,' including Chechen separatist leader Maskhadov

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Dec.15   Chechen chief dead in labour camp
  Salman Raduyev serving a life sentence for terrorism and murder has died in a high security hard labour camp
Dec.27   41 killed in Grozny blasts
  2 powerful explosions have rocked the Chechen capital, wrecking a major pro-Kremlin government building
Dec.28   Moscow points to Grozny's Arab tie  Terrorist acts are being financed by unnamed Arab countries, leading anti-espionage agent Col. Shabalkin says Dec.29   Grozny blast: No more survivors  Rescue workers have given up hope of finding alive any more victims of an attack on the Chechen government's HQ

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