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RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTS2P076
September 03, 2019
A priest walks inside the building of a school, which was a place of the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis,...
Beslan, Russia
A priest walks inside the building of a school, which was a place of the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis,...
A priest walks inside the building of a school, which was a place of the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis, on the days of the 15th anniversary of the siege, in the town of Beslan, Russia September 3, 2019. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1QY1H
September 03, 2015
People attend a ceremony commemorating those who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis at the southern...
Beslan, Russia
People attend a ceremony commemorating those who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis at the southern...
People attend a ceremony commemorating those who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis at the southern Russian town's School Number One in Beslan, September 3, 2015. Moscow's campaign against Islamist insurgents reached a watershed in September 2004, when heavily armed Chechen gunmen seized a school in Beslan. When the siege ended three days later, 334 people - half of them children - were dead. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev
RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1QY1A
September 03, 2015
School children release balloons during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 Beslan hostage...
Beslan, Russia
School children release balloons during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 Beslan hostage...
School children release balloons during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis in the southern Russian town of Beslan, September 3, 2015. Moscow's campaign against Islamist insurgents reached a watershed in September 2004, when heavily armed Chechen gunmen seized a school in Beslan. When the siege ended three days later, 334 people - half of them children - were dead. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev
RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1QXYE
September 03, 2015
People attend a religious service commemorating those who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis...
Beslan, Russia
People attend a religious service commemorating those who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis...
People attend a religious service commemorating those who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis at the southern Russian town's School Number One in Beslan, September 3, 2015. Moscow's campaign against Islamist insurgents reached a watershed in September 2004, when heavily armed Chechen gunmen seized a school in Beslan. When the siege ended three days later, 334 people - half of them children - were dead. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev
RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1QXXI
September 03, 2015
People mourn during a ceremony commemorating those who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis at...
Beslan, Russia
People mourn during a ceremony commemorating those who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis at...
People mourn during a ceremony commemorating those who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis at the southern Russian town's School Number One in Beslan, September 3, 2015. Moscow's campaign against Islamist insurgents reached a watershed in September 2004, when heavily armed Chechen gunmen seized a school in Beslan. When the siege ended three days later, 334 people - half of them children - were dead. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev
RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1QXXG
September 03, 2015
People attend a religious service commemorating those who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis...
Beslan, Russia
People attend a religious service commemorating those who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis...
People attend a religious service commemorating those who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis at the southern Russian town's School Number One in Beslan, September 3, 2015. Moscow's campaign against Islamist insurgents reached a watershed in September 2004, when heavily armed Chechen gunmen seized a school in Beslan. When the siege ended three days later, 334 people - half of them children - were dead. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev
RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1QXUT
September 03, 2015
A woman mourns during a ceremony commemorating the people who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis...
Beslan, Russia
A woman mourns during a ceremony commemorating the people who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis...
A woman mourns during a ceremony commemorating the people who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis at the southern Russian town's School Number One in Beslan, September 3, 2008. Moscow's campaign against Islamist insurgents reached a watershed in September 2004, when heavily armed Chechen gunmen seized a school in Beslan. When the siege ended three days later, 334 people - half of them children - were dead. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev
RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1QXUO
September 03, 2015
A woman mourns during a ceremony commemorating the people who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis...
Beslan, Russia
A woman mourns during a ceremony commemorating the people who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis...
A woman mourns during a ceremony commemorating the people who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis at the southern Russian town's School Number One in Beslan, September 3, 2015. Moscow's campaign against Islamist insurgents reached a watershed in September 2004, when heavily armed Chechen gunmen seized a school in Beslan. When the siege ended three days later, 334 people - half of them children - were dead. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev
RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTR44T9P
September 03, 2014
Activists light some of the 334 candles arranged to spell "Beslan", during an event in St.Petersburg,...
St. Petersburg, Russia
Activists light candles during an event in St.Petersburg, commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage...
Activists light some of the 334 candles arranged to spell "Beslan", during an event in St.Petersburg, commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage crisis in the southern Russian town of Beslan, September 3, 2014. People gathered on Wednesday to mark the anniversary of the 2004 Beslan school siege by Islamic militants in North Ossetia that resulted in 334 civilian deaths, including 186 children. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: CRIME LAW ANNIVERSARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTR44SV8
September 03, 2014
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage...
Beslan, Russia
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage...
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage crisis in the southern Russian town of Beslan, September 3, 2014. People marked the anniversary of the siege at a local school in 2004 that resulted in 334 civilian deaths, including 186 children. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev (RUSSIA - Tags: CRIME LAW ANNIVERSARY)
RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTR44SMO
September 03, 2014
School children release balloons during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage crisis...
Beslan, Russia
School children release balloons during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage crisis...
School children release balloons during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage crisis in the southern Russian town of Beslan, September 3, 2014. The people of Beslan in southern Russia marked the anniversary of the siege at a local school in 2004 that resulted in 334 civilian deaths, including 186 children. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev (RUSSIA - Tags: CRIME LAW ANNIVERSARY)
RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTR44JCC
September 01, 2014
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage...
Beslan, Russia
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage...
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage crisis in the southern Russian town of Beslan, September 1, 2014. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev (RUSSIA - Tags: CRIME LAW ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTR44JAZ
September 01, 2014
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage...
Beslan, Russia
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage...
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage crisis in the southern Russian town of Beslan, September 1, 2014. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev (RUSSIA - Tags: CRIME LAW ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTR44J9Z
September 01, 2014
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage...
Beslan, Russia
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage...
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage crisis in the southern Russian town of Beslan, September 1, 2014. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev (RUSSIA - Tags: CRIME LAW ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST)
RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTR44J9D
September 01, 2014
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage...
Beslan, Russia
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage...
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage crisis in the southern Russian town of Beslan, September 1, 2014. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev (RUSSIA - Tags: CRIME LAW ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RUSSIA/
RTR2HVH8
September 03, 2010
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the people who died in the 2004...
Beslan, Russia
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the people who died in the 2004...
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the people who died in the 2004 hostage crisis in the southern Russian town of Beslan, September 3, 2010. The people of Beslan in southern Russia marked the anniversary of the siege at a local school in 2004 that resulted in 334 civilian deaths, including 186 children. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev (RUSSIA - Tags: CRIME LAW ANNIVERSARY)
RUSSIA/
RTR2HTJZ
September 02, 2010
People mourn during a ceremony commemorating those who died in the 2004 hostage crisis at school number...
Beslan, Russia
People mourn during a ceremony commemorating those who died in the 2004 hostage crisis at school number...
People mourn during a ceremony commemorating those who died in the 2004 hostage crisis at school number one in the southern Russian town of Beslan September 1, 2010. One thousand children and parents were taken hostage by Chechen separatists on the first day of the new school year on September 1, 2004. After three days of siege, Russian forces stormed the school and some of the rebels blew themselves up. A total of 333 hostages -- more than half of them children -- were killed in the chaos and hundreds were wounded. Picture taken September 1, 2010. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev (RUSSIA - Tags: CRIME LAW ANNIVERSARY)
RUSSIA/
RTR2HTJY
September 02, 2010
A woman looks at pictures of people who died in a 2004 hostage crisis inside school number one in the...
Beslan, Russia
A woman looks at pictures of people who died in a 2004 hostage crisis inside school number one in the...
A woman looks at pictures of people who died in a 2004 hostage crisis inside school number one in the southern Russian town of Beslan September 1, 2010. One thousand children and parents were taken hostage by Chechen separatists on the first day of the new school year on September 1, 2004. After three days of siege, Russian forces stormed the school and some of the rebels blew themselves up. A total of 333 hostages -- more than half of them children -- were killed in the chaos and hundreds were wounded. Picture taken September 1, 2010. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev (RUSSIA - Tags: CRIME LAW ANNIVERSARY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RUSSIA/
RTR2HS8S
September 01, 2010
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage...
Beslan, Russia
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage...
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage crisis in the southern Russian town of Beslan, September 1, 2010. One thousand children and parents were taken hostage by Chechen separatists on the first day of the new school year on September 1, 2004. After three days of siege, Russian forces stormed the school and some of the rebels blew themselves up. A total of 333 hostages -- more than half of them children -- were killed in the chaos and hundreds were wounded. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev (RUSSIA - Tags: CRIME LAW ANNIVERSARY)
RUSSIA/
RTR2HS7N
September 01, 2010
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage...
Beslan, Russia
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage...
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage crisis in the southern Russian town of Beslan, September 1, 2010. One thousand children and parents were taken hostage by Chechen separatists on the first day of the new school year on September 1, 2004. After three days of siege, Russian forces stormed the school and some of the rebels blew themselves up. A total of 333 hostages -- more than half of them children -- were killed in the chaos and hundreds were wounded. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev (RUSSIA - Tags: CRIME LAW ANNIVERSARY)
RUSSIA/
RTR2HS7K
September 01, 2010
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage...
Beslan, Russia
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage...
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage crisis in the southern Russian town of Beslan, September 1, 2010. One thousand children and parents were taken hostage by Chechen separatists on the first day of the new school year on September 1, 2004. After three days of siege, Russian forces stormed the school and some of the rebels blew themselves up. A total of 333 hostages -- more than half of them children -- were killed in the chaos and hundreds were wounded. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev (RUSSIA - Tags: CRIME LAW ANNIVERSARY EDUCATION)
RUSSIA/
RTR2HS7G
September 01, 2010
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage...
Beslan, Russia
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage...
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage crisis in the southern Russian town of Beslan, September 1, 2010. One thousand children and parents were taken hostage by Chechen separatists on the first day of the new school year on September 1, 2004. After three days of siege, Russian forces stormed the school and some of the rebels blew themselves up. A total of 333 hostages -- more than half of them children -- were killed in the chaos and hundreds were wounded. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev (RUSSIA - Tags: CRIME LAW ANNIVERSARY)
RUSSIA/
RTXPHNF
October 10, 2009
Serbian movie director and musician Emir Kusturica stands in front of pictures of the victims of the...
Beslan, Russia
Serbian movie director and musician Kusturica stands in front of pictures of the victims of the 2004...
Serbian movie director and musician Emir Kusturica stands in front of pictures of the victims of the 2004 Beslan school hostage crisis, during a visit to the school in the province of North Ossetia October 9, 2009. Picture taken October 9, 2009. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev (RUSSIA ENTERTAINMENT CONFLICT)
Anniversary
Anniversary
Beslan School Hostage Crisis - 03 Sep 2008
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RUSSIA/
RTX8D4R
September 03, 2008
Children release 334 balloons into the air, symbolising the people who died in the 2004 hostage crisis...
Beslan, Russia
Children release 334 balloons into air, symbolising people who died in 2004 hostage crisis in Beslan
Children release 334 balloons into the air, symbolising the people who died in the 2004 hostage crisis in Beslan September 3, 2008. Moscow's campaign against Islamist insurgents reached a watershed in September 2004, when heavily armed Chechen gunmen seized a school in Beslan. When the siege ended three days later, 334 people - half of them children - were dead. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA/
RTX8D4P
September 03, 2008
A man in uniform attends a ceremony to commemorate the people who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage...
Beslan, Russia
A man in uniform attends a ceremony in Beslan commemorating the people who died during the southern town's...
A man in uniform attends a ceremony to commemorate the people who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis in the southern Russian town's school number 1 on September 3, 2008. Moscow's campaign against Islamist insurgents reached a watershed in September 2004, when heavily armed Chechen gunmen seized a school in Beslan. When the siege ended three days later, 334 people - half of them children - were dead. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA/
RTX8D4O
September 03, 2008
Carnations cover the floor of school number one during a ceremony commemorating the people who died during...
Beslan, Russia
Carnations cover floor of school number one during ceremony commemorating people who died during 2004...
Carnations cover the floor of school number one during a ceremony commemorating the people who died during the 2004 hostage crisis in the southern Russian town of Beslan September 3, 2008. Moscow's campaign against Islamist insurgents reached a watershed in September 2004, when heavily armed Chechen gunmen seized a school in Beslan. When the siege ended three days later, 334 people - half of them children - were dead. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
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RTX8D4M
September 03, 2008
Women mourn during a ceremony commemorating the people who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis...
Beslan, Russia
Women mourn during a ceremony commemorating the people who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis...
Women mourn during a ceremony commemorating the people who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis in the southern Russian town's school number 1, September 3, 2008. Moscow's campaign against Islamist insurgents reached a watershed in September 2004, when heavily armed Chechen gunmen seized a school in Beslan. When the siege ended three days later, 334 people - half of them children - were dead. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
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RTX8D4H
September 03, 2008
People react during a ceremony commemorating the people who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis...
Beslan, Russia
People react during a ceremony commemorating the people who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis...
People react during a ceremony commemorating the people who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis in the southern Russian town's school number 1, September 3, 2008. Moscow's campaign against Islamist insurgents reached a watershed in September 2004, when heavily armed Chechen gunmen seized a school in Beslan. When the siege ended three days later, 334 people - half of them children - were dead. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA/
RTX8D4C
September 03, 2008
A woman reacts during a ceremony commemorating the people who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis...
Beslan, Russia
A woman reacts during a ceremony commemorating the people who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis...
A woman reacts during a ceremony commemorating the people who died during the 2004 Beslan hostage crisis in the southern Russian town's school number 1, September 3, 2008. Moscow's campaign against Islamist insurgents reached a watershed in September 2004, when heavily armed Chechen gunmen seized a school in Beslan. When the siege ended three days later, 334 people - half of them children - were dead. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA/
RTX8AJA
September 01, 2008
Relatives grieve at the cemetery in Russia's town of Beslan September 1, 2008. The people of Beslan in...
Beslan, Russia
Relatives grieve at the cemetery in Russia's town of Beslan
Relatives grieve at the cemetery in Russia's town of Beslan September 1, 2008. The people of Beslan in southern Russia marked the anniversary of the siege at a local school in 2004 that resulted in 334 civilian deaths, including 186 children. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA/
RTX8AJ8
September 01, 2008
A woman grieves at the cemetery in Russia's town of Beslan September 1, 2008. The people of Beslan in...
Beslan, Russia
A woman grieves at the cemetery in Russia's town of Beslan
A woman grieves at the cemetery in Russia's town of Beslan September 1, 2008. The people of Beslan in southern Russia marked the anniversary of the siege at a local school in 2004 that resulted in 334 civilian deaths, including 186 children. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
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RTX8AFB
September 01, 2008
Relatives grieve at the cemetery in Russia's town of Beslan September 1, 2008. The people of Beslan in...
Beslan, Russia
Relatives grieve at the cemetery in Russia's town of Beslan
Relatives grieve at the cemetery in Russia's town of Beslan September 1, 2008. The people of Beslan in southern Russia marked the anniversary of the siege at a local school in 2004 that resulted in 334 civilian deaths, including 186 children. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTX4BWU
December 03, 2007
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007 - A soft toy lies amid flowers in the burned-out gymnasium of Beslan's School...
Beslan, Russia
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007 -
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007 - A soft toy lies amid flowers in the burned-out gymnasium of Beslan's School No. 1, the scene of a 2004 hostage crisis, on the anniversary of the siege late September 1, 2007. President Vladimir Putin said Russia could not forget the Beslan tragedy but his words fell on deaf ears as the mothers of the dead children accused the government of being complicit in the deaths. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA)
Anniversary
Anniversary
Remembering Beslan - 02 Sep 2007
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RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTR1TCA8
September 02, 2007
A woman lights candles in front of victims' portraits in the burned-out gymnasium of Beslan's School...
Beslan, Russia
A woman lights candles in front of victims' portraits in the burned-out gymnasium of Beslan's School...
A woman lights candles in front of victims' portraits in the burned-out gymnasium of Beslan's School No. 1, the scene of a 2004 hostage crisis, on the anniversary of the siege late September 1, 2007. President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday Russia could not forget the Beslan tragedy but his words fell on deaf ears as the mothers of the dead children accused the government of being complicit in the deaths. Picture taken September 1, 2007. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTR1TCA5
September 02, 2007
A woman lights candles in front of children's portraits in the burned-out gymnasium of Beslan's School...
Beslan, Russia
A woman lights candles in front of children's portraits in the burned-out gymnasium of Beslan's School...
A woman lights candles in front of children's portraits in the burned-out gymnasium of Beslan's School No. 1, the scene of the 2004 hostage crisis, on the anniversary of the siege late September 1, 2007. President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday Russia could not forget the Beslan tragedy but his words fell on deaf ears as the mothers of the dead children accused the government of being complicit in the deaths. Picture taken September 1, 2007. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTR1TCAB
September 01, 2007
A soft toy lies amid flowers in the burned-out gymnasium of Beslan's School No. 1, the scene of a 2004...
Beslan, Russia
A soft toy lies amid flowers in the burned-out gymnasium of Beslan's School No. 1, the scene of a 2004...
A soft toy lies amid flowers in the burned-out gymnasium of Beslan's School No. 1, the scene of a 2004 hostage crisis, on the anniversary of the siege late September 1, 2007. President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday Russia could not forget the Beslan tragedy but his words fell on deaf ears as the mothers of the dead children accused the government of being complicit in the deaths. Picture taken September 1, 2007. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTR1TBEY
September 01, 2007
People hold a placard with pictures of the victims of the 2004 Beslan school siege during a gathering...
Moscow, Russia
People hold placard during gathering marking anniversary of hostage crisis in Moscow
People hold a placard with pictures of the victims of the 2004 Beslan school siege during a gathering marking the anniversary of the hostage crisis in Moscow September 1, 2007. President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday Russia could not forget the "children who would never go to school again", recalling hundreds killed when troops stormed a school seized by Chechen gunmen three years ago. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTR1TBEV
September 01, 2007
A man reads a booklet entitled "The Truth of Beslan" during a commemoration gathering for the victims...
Moscow, Russia
Man reads booklet during commemoration gathering for victims of 2004 Beslan school siege on anniversary...
A man reads a booklet entitled "The Truth of Beslan" during a commemoration gathering for the victims of the 2004 Beslan school siege on the anniversary of the hostage crisis in Moscow September 1, 2007. President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday Russia could not forget the "children who would never go to school again", recalling hundreds killed when troops stormed a school seized by Chechen gunmen three years ago. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTR1TBEQ
September 01, 2007
A woman reacts during a commemoration gathering for the victims of the 2004 Beslan school siege on the...
Moscow, Russia
Woman reacts during commemoration gathering for victims of 2004 Beslan school siege on anniversary of...
A woman reacts during a commemoration gathering for the victims of the 2004 Beslan school siege on the anniversary of the hostage crisis in Moscow September 1, 2007. President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday Russia could not forget the "children who would never go to school again", recalling hundreds killed when troops stormed a school seized by Chechen gunmen three years ago. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTR1TB45
September 01, 2007
Two women sit at the grave of a victim of the 2004 school siege on the day of the anniversary of the...
Beslan, Russia
Two women sit at the grave of a victim of the 2004 school siege on the day of the anniversary of the...
Two women sit at the grave of a victim of the 2004 school siege on the day of the anniversary of the hostage crisis September 1, 2007. Gunmen seized the school in Beslan and took more than 1000 children and parents hostage on the first day of the new school year on September 1, 2004. More than half of the 333 hostages killed during the three-day siege were children. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTR1TB41
September 01, 2007
A woman stands at the cemetery in Beslan where victims of the 2004 school siege are buried on the day...
Beslan, Russia
A woman stands at the cemetery in Beslan where victims of the 2004 school siege are buried on the day...
A woman stands at the cemetery in Beslan where victims of the 2004 school siege are buried on the day of the anniversary of the hostage crisis September 1, 2007. Gunmen seized the school in Beslan and took more than 1000 children and parents hostage on the first day of the new school year on September 1, 2004. More than half of the 333 hostages killed during the three-day siege were children. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-BESLAN/ANNIVERSARY
RTR1TB3S
September 01, 2007
A boy sits at the cemetery in Beslan where victims of the 2004 school siege are buried on the day of...
Beslan, Russia
A boy sits at the cemetery in Beslan where victims of the 2004 school siege are buried on the day of...
A boy sits at the cemetery in Beslan where victims of the 2004 school siege are buried on the day of the anniversary of the hostage crisis September 1, 2007. Gunmen seized the school in Beslan and took more than 1000 children and parents hostage on the first day of the new school year on September 1, 2004. More than half of the 333 hostages killed during the three-day siege were children. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA
RTR1MV8V
February 26, 2007
The Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, Thomas Hammarberg, visits the cemetery in Beslan...
Beslan, Russia
The Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, Thomas Hammarberg, visits a cemetery in Beslan
The Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, Thomas Hammarberg, visits the cemetery in Beslan February 26, 2007 where the people who died during the 2004 siege of a school are buried. Hammarberg on Monday visited the Beslan school that was seized in 2004 by pro-Chechnya rebels as part of his Caucasus tour that will also take him to the Chechen capital of Grozny. Gunmen seized the school and took more than 1000 children and parents hostage on the first day of the new school year on September 1, 2004. More than half of the 333 hostages killed during the three-day siege were children. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
News
News
Beslan Students Visit Jordan - 01 Nov 2006
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RUSSIA BESLAN
RTR1DS3J
May 26, 2006
The only surviving Beslan hostage-taker Nurpashi Kulayev (L) looks on in a court in Russia's southern...
Vladikavkaz, Russia
The only surviving Beslan hostage-taker Nurpashi Kulayev looks on in court in Russia's southern city...
The only surviving Beslan hostage-taker Nurpashi Kulayev (L) looks on in a court in Russia's southern city of Vladukavkaz, May 26, 2006. A Russian court sentenced the only surviving Beslan hostage-taker to life in prison on Friday for his part in the bloody 2004 school siege that killed 331 people. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko
RUSSIA BESLAN
RTR1DI2O
May 18, 2006
A woman grieves at the tombstone of her relative at a cemetery of a school N1 siege victims in the town...
Beslan, Russia
Woman grieves at tombstone of her relative at cemetery of school N1 siege victims in town of Beslan
A woman grieves at the tombstone of her relative at a cemetery of a school N1 siege victims in the town of Beslan, May 18, 2006. Prosecuters have demanded Nurpashi Kulayev, the last surviving member of the group of militants who seized 1,300 hostages in Beslan 2 years ago, be put to death for his part in Russia's deadliest peacetime attack despite an official moratorium on the use of capital punishment. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko
RUSSIA BESLAN
RTR1DHQ0
May 17, 2006
Nurpashi Kulayev, the only surviving member of the group that seized a school and 1,300 hostages in the...
Vladikavkaz, Russia
Nurpashi Kulayev stands in the court room in Vladikavkaz
Nurpashi Kulayev, the only surviving member of the group that seized a school and 1,300 hostages in the town of Beslan, stands in the court room in Vladikavkaz May 18, 2006. A Russian judge declared on Tuesday that Kulayev, a member of a group responsible for the Beslan school raid that killed 331 people had committed an act of terrorism. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko
RUSSIA BESLAN
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September 03, 2005
People stand in silence in front of ruins of Beslan's School Number One during a public grieving for...
Beslan, Russia
People stand in silence in front of ruins of Beslan's School Number One during a public grieving for...
People stand in silence in front of ruins of Beslan's School Number One during a public grieving for the victims of last year's hostage crisis. People stand in silence in front of the ruins of Beslan's School Number One, during a public grieving for the victims of last year's hostage crisis, September 3, 2005. Beslan residents grieved in silence on Saturday to mark the moment a year ago when hundreds of their children died during the storming of the school building. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
RUSSIA BESLAN
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August 31, 2005
A relative grieves at Beslan school No.1 at a wall with portraits of the victims of the school siege...
Beslan, Russia
A relative grieves at Beslan school No.1 during commemorating of the victims of the school siege.
A relative grieves at Beslan school No.1 at a wall with portraits of the victims of the school siege during a commemoration ceremony, September 1, 2005. The sound of wailing cut through the air as bereaved relatives marked the first anniversary of the start of the hostage siege that ended two days later in the deaths of 331 people. Pictures of the Year 2005 REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin AS/AA
RUSSIA BESLAN
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August 31, 2005
A woman stands by a wall with portraits of children, who died in last year's hostage crisis that cost...
Beslan, Russian Federation
A woman stands by a wall with portraits of children, who died in last year's hostage crisis in Beslan....
A woman stands by a wall with portraits of children, who died in last year's hostage crisis that cost the life of 331, while a boy on his mother's arms looks away in the School Number One of the southern Russian town of Beslan August 31, 2005. Beslan's bereaved mothers will tell Russian President Vladimir Putin he is to blame for the death of their children and that unless lessons are learned from official blundering the tragedy could be repeated. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin TP/LA
RUSSIA BESLAN
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August 31, 2005
A Russian soldier searches Beslan's School Number One for mines ahead of this weekend's first anniversary...
Beslan, Russian Federation
A Russian soldier searches Beslan's School Number One for mines ahead of this weekend's first ...
A Russian soldier searches Beslan's School Number One for mines ahead of this weekend's first anniversary of the hostage crisis that cost the life of 331. A Russian soldier searches Beslan's School Number One for mines ahead of this weekend's first anniversary of the hostage crisis that cost the life of 331, August 31, 2005. Beslan's bereaved mothers will tell Russian President Vladimir Putin he is to blame for the death of their children and that unless lessons are learned from official blundering the tragedy could be repeated. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
RUSSIA BESLAN
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August 31, 2005
A Russian soldier searches Beslan's School Number One for mines, ahead of this weekend's first anniversary...
Beslan, Russian Federation
Russian soldier searches Beslan's School Number One for mines.
A Russian soldier searches Beslan's School Number One for mines, ahead of this weekend's first anniversary of the hostage crisis that cost the life of 331 people, August 31, 2005. Beslan's bereaved mothers will tell Russian President Vladimir Putin he is to blame for the death of their children and that unless lessons are learned from official blundering the tragedy could be repeated. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin TP/DH
RUSSIA BESLAN
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August 30, 2005
A man touches a wall with pictures of children, who died in last years Beslan school siege, on August...
Beslan, Russia
A man touches a wall with pictures of children, who died in last years Beslan school siege.
A man touches a wall with pictures of children, who died in last years Beslan school siege, on August 30, 2005. Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Monday he would meet mothers who lost their children in the Beslan hostage siege, satisfying a demand first made by the bereaved mothers almost a year ago. Some 331 people - 186 of them children - died when the siege collapsed in a bloodbath on September 3, 2004. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin Pictures of the Month August 2005 TP/LA
VLADIKAVKAZ
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August 25, 2005
Chechen militant Nurpashi Kulayev looks through the glass of his cage during the court session in Vladikavkaz,...
Vladikavkaz, Russian Federation
Chechen militant Kulayev looks through the glass of his cage during the court session in Vladikavkaz....
Chechen militant Nurpashi Kulayev looks through the glass of his cage during the court session in Vladikavkaz, August 25, 2005. Kulayev went on trial in May for his alleged part in the mass hostage-taking at the southern Russian school in Beslan. Women who lost children in last year's Beslan school siege protested on Wednesday, accusing authorities of failing to investigate the tragedy properly ahead of next week's anniversary. REUTERS/Eduard Kornienko Pictures of the month August 2005 AS/CVI
TURKEY RUSSIA BESLAN
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September 21, 2004
Nika a three year-old Russian girl with her mother Sofia Alania as they attend a service held for Beslan...
Istanbul, Turkey
Nika a three year-old Russian girl with her mother Sofia Alania as they attend a service held for ......
Nika a three year-old Russian girl with her mother Sofia Alania as they attend a service held for Beslan in Istanbul. Nika a three year-old Russian girl, sits next to her mother Sofia Alania as they attend a service held for Beslan victims at the Aya Yorgi church in Istanbul September 21, 2004. Patriarch Bartholomew held a service at the church on Tuesday to remember the victims of Beslan school siege two weeks ago. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas pictures of the month September 2004
RUSSIA SCHOOL
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September 09, 2004
Relative of killed hostages stands in the school's gym in the town of Beslan, September 9, 2004. Russia's...
Beslan
Relative of killed hostages stands in the school's gym in the town of Beslan.
Relative of killed hostages stands in the school's gym in the town of Beslan, September 9, 2004. Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warned the West not to meddle with Russia's Chechnya policy on Thursday in the wake of a bloody hostage crisis, highlighting a growing rift over the issue between former Cold War foes. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich AS/THI
RUSSIA SCHOOL
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September 09, 2004
Relatives of killed hostages light up candles in the school's gym in the town of Beslan, September 9,...
Beslan
Relatives of killed hostages light up candles in the school's gym in the town of Beslan.
Relatives of killed hostages light up candles in the school's gym in the town of Beslan, September 9, 2004. Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warned the West not to meddle with Russia's Chechnya policy on Thursday in the wake of a bloody hostage crisis, highlighting a growing rift over the issue between former Cold War foes. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich AS/THI
RUSSIA SCHOOL
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September 09, 2004
Man stands with a nail in his hand after he scratched on the wall of the gym 'He who dared to kill a...
Beslan
Man stands with a nail in his hand after he scratched on the wall of the gym 'He who dared to kill a...
Man stands with a nail in his hand after he scratched on the wall of the gym 'He who dared to kill a child is not a beast, he is a monster' in the school in Beslan. A man stands with a nail in his hand after he scratched on the wall of the gym 'He who dared to kill a child is not a beast, he is a monster' in the school in Beslan, September 9, 2004. Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warned the West not to meddle with Russia's Chechnya policy on Thursday in the wake of a bloody hostage crisis, highlighting a growing rift over the issue between former Cold War foes. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
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