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Russia / Chechnya Conflict #428949

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Dec 05, 1999
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(Studio: Marina Kolbe) Report introduced.

(Moscow: Matthew Chance) The Russian offensive against the rebels in Chechnya updated; scenes shown of the army in the field around Grozny. [Russian Commander General Vladimir BULGAKOV(thru translator) - says many rebels were killed.] [Military analyst Pavel FILGENHAUER - says Chechen fighters could start serious counterattacks.]

(Studio: Marina Kolbe) Interview held with Russian affairs consultant Gregory Guroff. [GUROFF - says there is confusion in Russia about who the enemy is; says there is a lot of politics behind the scenes; says there is a racial agenda.]

Chance, Matthew;
Kolbe, Marina

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