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Chechnya [electronic resource]

Sergei Kovalev was serving as Boris Yeltsin's human rights advisor when he publicly opposed Russia's military involvement in Chechnya. He cooperated with the rebels and urged Russian soldiers to give up. In this episode, he discusses the ongoing conflict along with Ludmilla Thorne of Freedom House. Also featured are a video diary from Tomas Goltz on the town of Samashki and its efforts to defend itself from the Russian army's assault, and an exclusive interview with Fred Cuny. The disaster relief specialist and human rights hero traveled to Chechnya in 1995 where he disappeared and is presumed dead.
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1996