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Russia / Dagestan Unrest #431475

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 12, 1999
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Statement from Russian President Boris Yeltsin about the rebellion in the province of Dagestan reported.

(Moscow: Mike Hanna) The tensions in the Caucasus mountains of Dagestan featured; details given of the political concerns about the Moslem fundamentalist rebellion. [Acting Prime Minister Vladimir PUTIN, deputy interior minister General Igor ZUBOV - (thru translator) comment on the rebellion.] [Chechen rebel commander Shamil BASAYEV - (thru translator) says our task is to protect our Moslem brothers.] [Political analyst Sergei ARUTYUNOV - assesses the situation.] [Two RUSSIANS - (thru translator) comment on the prospects of another war.]

Reporter(s):
Hanna, Mike;
Shaw, Bernard
Duration:
00:03:00

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