Whitehall officials have warned attacks could occur during the Games
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Monday 15 May 2006
The bodies of two women, both killed by alligators, were found less than a week after a similar death in Florida, a state that had seen just 17 confirmed fatal attacks by the animals in the previous 57 years.
Wednesday 31 August 2005
Monday 01 August 2005
Sunday 10 July 2005
Tuesday 17 May 2005
Thursday 17 February 2005
Russia has been accusedof presiding over an orgy of kidnapping, torture and murder in the breakaway republic of Chechnya and of forcing the region's cowed inhabitants to live in a climate of "fear and intimidation".
Thursday 30 September 2004
Tuesday 21 September 2004
The most senior Russian army officer to have been convicted of war crimes in Chechnya was put forward for a presidential pardon yesterday, less than 18 months after he was found guilty of strangling an 18-year-old Chechen woman.
Wednesday 15 September 2004
A Chechen separatist envoy to Britain warned yesterday that there would be more massacres such as the one in Beslan unless President Vladimir Putin changed his policies.
Friday 10 September 2004
Wednesday 08 September 2004
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Saturday 04 September 2004
Tuesday 31 August 2004
Nothing sums up Russia's failure in the troubled southern region of Chechnya more pointedly than the coincidence of two developments yesterday. The first was the announcement that President Putin's choice, Alu Alkhanov, had been elected Chechnya's new president by a landslide. The second was confirmation from Russia's security services that simultaneous plane crashes five days before the election were caused by explosives - most likely detonated by Chechen women suicide bombers.
Friday 27 August 2004
Thursday 24 June 2004
Russian forces in Chechnya were yesterday accused of operating South American-style death squads which routinely target innocent civilians.
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