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Search results for: Moscow-theatre-siege-(2002)

RUSSIA-CHECHNYA/PROSECUTION
RTR1RPYX
July 11, 2007
Sergei Karpov, who lost his son in a 2002 Moscow theatre siege, speaks during a news conference in Moscow...
Moscow, Russia
Sergei Karpov, who lost his son in a 2002 Moscow theatre siege, speaks during a news conference in Moscow...
Sergei Karpov, who lost his son in a 2002 Moscow theatre siege, speaks during a news conference in Moscow July 11, 2007. Russia should investigate its top security chiefs for the deaths of 129 people during an operation to free hostages held by Islamist militants at a Moscow theatre in 2002, relatives of the dead said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CHECHNYA/PROSECUTION
RTR1RPYS
July 11, 2007
Tatiana Karpova, who lost her son in a 2002 Moscow theatre siege, speaks during a news conference in...
Moscow, Russia
Tatiana Karpova, who lost her son in a 2002 Moscow theatre siege, speaks during a news conference in...
Tatiana Karpova, who lost her son in a 2002 Moscow theatre siege, speaks during a news conference in Moscow July 11, 2007. Russia should investigate its top security chiefs for the deaths of 129 people during an operation to free hostages held by Islamist militants at a Moscow theatre in 2002, relatives of the dead said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA
RTR1IPA5
October 26, 2006
A boy lights a candle in front of the Dubrovka theatre marking the fourth anniversary of a siege by Chechen...
Moscow, Russia
Boy lights candle in front of Dubrovka theatre marking fourth anniversary of siege by Chechen militants...
A boy lights a candle in front of the Dubrovka theatre marking the fourth anniversary of a siege by Chechen militants in Moscow October 26, 2006. Chechen gunmen held more than 800 spectators and cast members of the musical "Nord Ost" captive for three days in October 2002, before Russian special forces raided the building. They took out all the attackers, but most of the 130 dead hostage perished during the rescue operation. REUTERS/Anton Denisov (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA
RTR19T24
October 23, 2005
Candles are lit in front of portraits of victims of the October 2002 Dubrovka Theatre siege in Moscow...
Moscow, Russia
Candles are lit in front of portraits of victims of the October 2002 Dubrovka Theatre siege in Moscow...
Candles are lit in front of portraits of victims of the October 2002 Dubrovka Theatre siege in Moscow October 23, 2005. Muscovites commemorated on Sunday the third anniversary of the Dubrovka Theatre hostage crisis, where 130 people lost their lives. REUTERS/Viktor Korotayev
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTREPZA
December 03, 2002
Anna Ljubimova (L), daughter of a Nord Ost theatre siege victim, and
her lawyer Igor Trunov (R) look...
Moscow, Russia
DAUGHTER OF NORD OST SIEGE VICTIM AND HER LAWYER SPEAK AT COURT
ENTRANCE IN MOSCOW.
Anna Ljubimova (L), daughter of a Nord Ost theatre siege victim, and
her lawyer Igor Trunov (R) look at each other as they answer
journalists' questions outside a Moscow court, December 3, 2002. Trunov
said the first eight claimants want a total of $7.5 million U.S.
dollars from the Moscow municipal government in compensation, and a
wave of lawsuits from those who suffered in the October hostage-taking
at the Nord-Ost theatre would follow in the near future.
REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin

AS/JDP
BELGIUM
RTXLM6U
November 11, 2002
Pro-Chechen demonstrators display placards outside a EU-Russia summit in Brussels November 11, 2002,...
Brussels, Belgium
Pro-Chechen demonstrators display placards outside a EU-Russia summit in Brussels November 11, 2002,.....
Pro-Chechen demonstrators display placards outside a EU-Russia summit in Brussels November 11, 2002, accusing Russian President Vladimir Putin to be a killer for using incapacitating gas to stun the gunmen during Moscow theatre siege earlier on October 27, 2002. [The meeting, attended by Putin and EU officials will focus on discussing an issue to the conflict between Russia and Chechnya and to consider the Kaliningrad problem and questions concerning fight against international terrorism.]
RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTRDNJL
November 10, 2002
Russian President Vladimir Putin gestures as he speaks with Chechen
public figures during their meeting...
Moscow, Russia
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT PUTIN SPEAKS WITH CHECHEN PUBLIC FIGURES IN MOSCOW.
Russian President Vladimir Putin gestures as he speaks with Chechen
public figures during their meeting in Moscow, November 10, 2002. Putin
said on Sunday he wanted a political settlement in Chechnya but
rejected rebel leader Aslan Maskhadov as a peace partner, accusing him
of involvement in last month's deadly Moscow theatre siege.
REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin

CVI/WS/AA
RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTRDNDR
November 10, 2002
Russian President Vladimir Putin delivers a speech during a meeting
devoted to the Day of Russian militia...
Moscow, Russia
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT PUTIN MAKES A SPEECH DURING A MEETING IN MOSCOW.
Russian President Vladimir Putin delivers a speech during a meeting
devoted to the Day of Russian militia and interior forces in Moscow's
Kremlin, November 10, 2002. Earlier in the day Putin angrily rejected
fugitive elected leader Aslan Maskhadov as a peace partner over his
alleged role in the Moscow theatre siege. REUTERS/Pool/Yuri Kadobnov

CVI/WS
RUSSIA
RTRDMHV
November 09, 2002
The orchestra of the Nord-Ost musical show, perform around eight empty
music stands, on the stage of...
Moscow, Russia
ORCHESTRA OF NORD-OST MUSICAL COMMEMORATE EIGHT MUSICIANS WHO DIED IN
THEATRE SIEGE IN MOSCOW.
The orchestra of the Nord-Ost musical show, perform around eight empty
music stands, on the stage of Rossiya concert hall in central Moscow,
November 9, 2002, to commemorate the eight musicians who died in the
theatre siege. The Broadway-style musical about World War II was in its
second act on October 23 when Chechen gunmen stormed into the theatre
taking more than 750 people hostage. Projection in background reads
"Nord-Ost we are with you". REUTERS/Viktor Korotayev

AS/AA
RUSSIA
RTRDMGD
November 09, 2002
Actors of the Nord-Ost musical show stand on the stage of the Rossiya
concert hall in central Moscow,...
Moscow, Russia
ACTORS OF THE NORD-OST MUSICAL STAND TO REMEMBER THOSE WHO DIED IN THE
THEATRE SIEGE IN MOSCOW.
Actors of the Nord-Ost musical show stand on the stage of the Rossiya
concert hall in central Moscow, November 9, 2002, before a performance
to commemorate those who died in the theatre siege.The broadway-style
musical about World War II was in its second act on October 23 when
Chechen gunmen stormed into the stage taking more than 750 people
hostage. REUTERS/Viktor Korotayev

AS/WS
RUSSIA
RTRDCEH
November 05, 2002
Danish Justice Minister Lene Espersen talks after negotiations with the
Russian Interior Minister Boris...
Moscow, Russia
DANISH JUSTICE MINISTER ESPERSEN TALKS IN RUSSIAN JUSTICE MINISTRY IN
MOSCOW.
Danish Justice Minister Lene Espersen talks after negotiations with the
Russian Interior Minister Boris Gryzlov and Justice Minister Yuri
Chaika in Moscow, November 5, 2002. Russia gave the Danes new evidence
against Akhmed Zakayev, the top aide to fugitive Chechen president
Aslan Maskhadov, which Russia hopes will convince them he helped plan a
deadly Moscow theatre siege. Denmark arrested Zakayev at Moscow's
request while he was attending a Chechen conference in Copenhagen.
REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin

AS/CRB
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRD5MI
November 01, 2002
Shamsu Abultygov (R) and two unidentified women lay a wreath outside a
theatre in Moscow on behalf of...
Moscow, Russia
ABULTYGOV LAYS WREATH OUTSIDE THEATRE IN MOSCOW.
Shamsu Abultygov (R) and two unidentified women lay a wreath outside a
theatre in Moscow on behalf of the Chechen World Congress, November 1,
2002, where Chechen guerrillas held over 800 people hostage. In
Chechnya, Russian forces stepped up "special operations" after last
week's 58-hour hijack of a Moscow theatre, hunting for separatist
rebels with any link to the deadly siege. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin

GD/CMC
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRD3CB
October 31, 2002
Relatives of hostages who died in the theatre hostage siege drama
grieve October 31, 2002 during a funeral...
Moscow, Russia
RELATIVES OF HOSTAGES GRIEVE AT FUNERALS IN MOSCOW.
Relatives of hostages who died in the theatre hostage siege drama
grieve October 31, 2002 during a funeral ceremony in Moscow. Over 800
people were kept hostage by 50 Chechen separatists, until Russian
special forces stormed the theatre early on October 26. REUTERS/Vasily
Fedosenko

AS
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRD35C
October 31, 2002
Russian Olga Chernyak, who was taken hostage during the theatre siege,
reacts during a news conference...
Moscow, Russia
RUSSIAN HOSTAGE CHERNYAK REACTS DURING NEWS CONFERENCE IN MOSCOW.
Russian Olga Chernyak, who was taken hostage during the theatre siege,
reacts during a news conference on the hostage crisis in Moscow,
October 31, 2002. Over 800 people were kept hostage by 50 Chechen
separatists, until Russian special forces stormed the theatre early on
October 26. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin

AS/CRB
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRD355
October 31, 2002
Russian Olga Chernyak (L) and Olga Rudakova, who were taken hostage
during the theatre siege, react...
Moscow, Russia
RUSSIAN HOSTAGES CHERNYAK AND RUDAKOVA REACT DURING NEWS CONFERENCE IN
MOSCOW.
Russian Olga Chernyak (L) and Olga Rudakova, who were taken hostage
during the theatre siege, react during a news conference on the hostage
crisis in Moscow, October 31, 2002. Over 800 people were kept hostage
by 50 Chechen separatists, until Russian special forces stormed the
theatre early on October 26. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin

AS/CRB
POLITKOVSKAYA
RTXLLFR
October 29, 2002
Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya gestures as she speaks at a news conference in Moscow, October...
Moscow, Russia
Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya gestures as she speaks at a news conference in Moscow, October.....
Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya gestures as she speaks at a news conference in Moscow, October 29, 2002. Politkovskaya, who negotiated with Chechen hijackers during the 58-hour Moscow theatre siege, warned on Tuesday that Russia was doomed to live in fear if it did not start talks with Chechen rebel leaders.
RUSSIA
RTXLLAL
October 29, 2002
Relatives and friends of Sergei Senchenko, who died during the Moscow theatre hostage taking incident,...
Moscow, Russia
Relatives and friends of Sergei Senchenko, who died during the Moscow theatre hostage taking inciden.....
Relatives and friends of Sergei Senchenko, who died during the Moscow theatre hostage taking incident, cry as they bid farewell in Moscow, October 29, 2002. A grieving Russia buried the first victims of the Moscow theatre siege on Tuesday, as it emerged that the mystery gas responsible for 115 hostage deaths may have been opium-based and not a nerve agent.
SPORT SOCCER
RTR154Q3
October 29, 2002
Lokomotiv Moscow and Galatasaray players wearing black armbands mourn
for the victims of the Moscow...
Istanbul, Turkey
LOKOMOTIV MOSCOW AND GALATASARAY PLAYERS MOURN FOR VICTIMS OF MOSCOW
THEATRE SIEGE.
Lokomotiv Moscow and Galatasaray players wearing black armbands mourn
for the victims of the Moscow theatre hostage siege prior to their
Champions League Group H match in Istanbul October 29, 2002.
REUTERS/Fatih Saribas

FS
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRZS9N
October 29, 2002
Relatives and friends of Sergei Senchenko, who died during the Moscow
theatre hostage-taking incident,...
Moscow, Russia
RELATIVES AND FRIENDS CRY AS THEY PAY LAST RESPECTS TO THEATRE HOSTAGE
IN MOSCOW.
Relatives and friends of Sergei Senchenko, who died during the Moscow
theatre hostage-taking incident, cry as they bid farewell in Moscow,
October 29, 2002. A grieving Russia buried the first victims of the
Moscow theatre siege on Tuesday, as it emerged that the mystery gas
responsible for 115 hostage deaths may have been opium-based and not a
nerve agent. REUTERS/Dima Korotayev

CVI/CRB
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCZEN
October 29, 2002
A relative grieves for Colonel Konstantin Litvinov, 50, victim of the
Moscow theatre hostage-taking...
Moscow, Russia
A RELATIVE GRIEVES FOR COLONEL LITVINOV DURING HIS FUNERAL IN MOSCOW.
A relative grieves for Colonel Konstantin Litvinov, 50, victim of the
Moscow theatre hostage-taking incident, during his funeral in Moscow,
October 29, 2002. A grieving Russia buried the first victims of the
Moscow theatre siege on Tuesday, as it emerged that the mystery gas
responsible for 115 hostage deaths may have been opium-based and not a
nerve agent. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich REUTERS

CVI/WS
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCZE2
October 29, 2002
Relatives grieve for Colonel Konstantin Litvinov, 50, victim of the
Moscow theatre hostage-taking incident,...
Moscow, Russia
RELATIVES GRIEVE FOR COLONEL LITVINOV DURING HIS FUNERAL IN MOSCOW.
Relatives grieve for Colonel Konstantin Litvinov, 50, victim of the
Moscow theatre hostage-taking incident, during his funerals in Moscow,
October 29, 2002. A grieving Russia buried the first victims of the
Moscow theatre siege on Tuesday, as it emerged that the mystery gas
responsible for 115 hostage deaths may have been opium-based and not a
nerve agent. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

CVI/WS
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCZDO
October 29, 2002
Relatives grieve for former hostage, colonel Konstantin Litvinov, 50,
victim of the Moscow theatre hostage-taking...
Moscow, Russia
RELATIVES GRIEVE FOR COLONEL LITVINOV DURING FUNERAL IN MOSCOW.
Relatives grieve for former hostage, colonel Konstantin Litvinov, 50,
victim of the Moscow theatre hostage-taking incident, during his
funeral in Moscow, October 29, 2002. A grieving Russia buried the first
victims of the Moscow theatre siege on Tuesday, as it emerged that the
mystery gas responsible for 115 hostage deaths may have been
opium-based and not a nerve agent. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

CVI/CMC
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCZDE
October 29, 2002
Russian officers carry a coffin holding the body of Colonel Konstantin
Litvinov, 50, a victim of the...
Moscow, Russia
RUSSIAN OFFICERS CARRY COFFIN HOLDING BODY OF THEIR COMRADE AND THEATRE
HOSTAGE VICTIM LITVINOV.
Russian officers carry a coffin holding the body of Colonel Konstantin
Litvinov, 50, a victim of the Moscow theatre hostage-taking incident,
October 29, 2002. A grieving Russia buried the first victims of the
Moscow theatre siege on Tuesday, as it emerged that the mystery gas
responsible for 115 hostage deaths may have been opium-based and not a
nerve agent. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

CVI/WS
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCZCS
October 29, 2002
Relatives grieve for former hostage, colonel Konstantin Litvinov, 50, a
victim of the Moscow theatre...
Moscow, Russia
RELATIVES GRIEVE FOR COLONEL LITVINOV DURING HIS FUNERAL IN MOSCOW.
Relatives grieve for former hostage, colonel Konstantin Litvinov, 50, a
victim of the Moscow theatre hostage-taking incident, during his
funeral in Moscow, October 29, 2002. A grieving Russia buried the first
victims of the Moscow theatre siege on Tuesday, as it emerged that the
mystery gas responsible for 115 hostage deaths may have been
opium-based and not a nerve agent. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

CVI/WS
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCZAT
October 29, 2002
Dima Yendaltsev, 13, a victim of the Moscow theatre siege looks through
a hospital window in Moscow,...
Moscow, Russia
YENDALTSEV LOOKS THROUGH A HOSPITAL WINDOW IN MOSCOW.
Dima Yendaltsev, 13, a victim of the Moscow theatre siege looks through
a hospital window in Moscow, October 29, 2002. A grieving Russia buried
the first victims of the Moscow theatre siege on Tuesday, as it emerged
that the mystery gas responsible for 115 hostage deaths may have been
opium-based and not a nerve agent. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko

CVI/WS
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCZAE
October 29, 2002
Former hostage Dima Yendaltsev, 13, chats with his mother Lyudmila in a
hospital in Moscow, October...
Moscow, Russia
FORMER HOSTAGE YENDALTSEV CHATS WITH HIS MOTHER LYUDMILA IN A HOSPITAL
IN MOSCOW.
Former hostage Dima Yendaltsev, 13, chats with his mother Lyudmila in a
hospital in Moscow, October 29, 2002. A grieving Russia buried the
first victims of the Moscow theatre siege on Tuesday, as it emerged
that the mystery gas responsible for 115 hostage deaths may have been
opium-based and not a nerve agent. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko

CVI/CRB
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCZ9T
October 29, 2002
Former hostages Kirill Golovenko, 13, and Dima Yendaltsev (background),
13, lie on their beds in a hospital...
Moscow, Russia
FORMER HOSTAGES GOLOVENKO AND YENDALTSEV LAY ON BEDS IN HOSPITAL IN
MOSCOW.
Former hostages Kirill Golovenko, 13, and Dima Yendaltsev (background),
13, lie on their beds in a hospital in Moscow, October 29, 2002. A
grieving russia buried the first victims of the Moscow theatre siege on
Tuesday, as it emerged that the mystery gas responsible for 115 hostage
deaths may have been opium-based and not a nerve agent. REUTERS/Vasily
Fedosenko

CVI/CMC
RUSSIA SIEGE JOURNALIST
RTRCZ3B
October 29, 2002
Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya gestures as she speaks at a news
conference in Moscow, October...
Moscow, Russia
RUSSIAN JOURNALIST POLITKOVSKAYA SPEAKS AT A NEWS CONFERENCE IN MOSCOW.
Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya gestures as she speaks at a news
conference in Moscow, October 29, 2002. Politkovskaya, who negotiated
with Chechen hijackers during the 58-hour Moscow theatre siege, warned
on Tuesday that Russia was doomed to live in fear if it did not start
talks with Chechen rebel leaders. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin

CVI/CRB
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCZ2L
October 29, 2002
Relatives of Alexei Bochkov, 25, who died during the Moscow theatre
hostage taking incident, grieve...
Moscow, Russia
RELATIVES OF BOCHKOV GRIEVE DURING HIS FUNERAL IN MOSCOW.
Relatives of Alexei Bochkov, 25, who died during the Moscow theatre
hostage taking incident, grieve during his funerals at Kuzminskoye
cemetery in Moscow, October 29, 2002. A grieving Russia buried the
first victims of the Moscow theatre siege on Tuesday, as it emerged
that the mystery gas responsible for 115 hostage deaths may have been
opium-based and not a nerve agent. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin

CVI/WS
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCZ2C
October 29, 2002
Yelena (L), mother of Alexei Bochkov, 25, who died during the Moscow
theatre hostage-taking incident,...
Moscow, Russia
MOTHER OF THEATRE HOSTAGE PAYS LAST RESPECTS IN MOSCOW.
Yelena (L), mother of Alexei Bochkov, 25, who died during the Moscow
theatre hostage-taking incident, cries over his body during a funeral
ceremony at Kuzminskoye cemetary in Moscow, October 29, 2002. A
grieving Russia buried the first victims of the Moscow theatre siege on
Tuesday, as it emerged that the mystery gas responsible for 115 hostage
deaths may have been opium-based and not a nerve agent.
REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin

CVI/CRB
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCZ20
October 29, 2002
Relatives and friends of Alexei Bochkov, 25, who died during the Moscow
theatre hostage taking incident,...
Moscow, Russia
PEOPLE CARRY COFFIN HOLDING BODY OF BOCHKOV DURING FUNERAL IN MOSCOW.
Relatives and friends of Alexei Bochkov, 25, who died during the Moscow
theatre hostage taking incident, carry his coffin during a funeral
ceremony at Kuzminskoye cemetery in Moscow, October 29, 2002. A
grieving Russia buried the first victims of the Moscow theatre siege on
Tuesday, as it emerged that the mystery gas responsible for 115 hostage
deaths may have been opium-based and not a nerve agent.
REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin

CVI/WS
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCYYE
October 29, 2002
A woman pays her last respects, October 29, 2002, to Sergei Senchenko,
who died during the Moscow theatre...
Moscow, Russia
A WOMAN PAYS LAST RESPECTS TO THEATRE HOSTAGE IN MOSCOW.
A woman pays her last respects, October 29, 2002, to Sergei Senchenko,
who died during the Moscow theatre hostage-taking incident. A grieving
Russia buried the first victims of the Moscow theatre siege on Tuesday,
as it emerged that the mystery gas responsible for 115 hostage deaths
may have been opium-based and not a nerve agent. REUTERS/Viktor
Korotayev

CVI/CRB
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCYXK
October 29, 2002
Relatives and friends of Sergei Senchenko, who died during the Moscow
theatre hostage-taking incident,...
Moscow, Russia
RELATIVES AND FRIENDS CRY AROUND BODY OF THEATRE HOSTAGE IN MOSCOW.
Relatives and friends of Sergei Senchenko, who died during the Moscow
theatre hostage-taking incident, cry as they bid farewell in Moscow,
October 29, 2002. A grieving Russia buried the first victims of the
Moscow theatre siege on Tuesday, as it emerged that the mystery gas
responsible for 115 hostage deaths may have been opium-based and not a
nerve agent. REUTERS/Viktor Korotayev

CVI/CRB
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCYVY
October 29, 2002
Relatives carry a coffin holding the body of a victim of Moscow theatre
hostage taking incident, from...
Moscow, Russia
RELATIVES CARRY COFFIN FROM A MORTUARY IN MOSCOW.
Relatives carry a coffin holding the body of a victim of Moscow theatre
hostage taking incident, from a mortuary in Moscow, October 29, 2002. A
grieving Russia buried the first victims of the Moscow theatre siege on
Tuesday, as it emerged that the mystery gas responsible for 115 hostage
deaths may have been opium-based and not a nerve agent. REUTERS/Viktor
Korotayev

CVI/WS
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCYV7
October 29, 2002
Relatives and friends of Sergei Senchenko, who died during the Moscow
theatre hostage taking incident,...
Moscow, Russia
RELATIVES AND FRIENDS CRY AS THEY PAY LAST TRIBUTE TO THEATRE HOSTAGE
VICTIM SENCHENKO IN MOSCOW.
Relatives and friends of Sergei Senchenko, who died during the Moscow
theatre hostage taking incident, cry as they bid farewell in Moscow,
October 29, 2002. A grieving Russia buried the first victims of the
Moscow theatre siege on Tuesday, as it emerged that the mystery gas
responsible for 115 hostage deaths may have been opium-based and not a
nerve agent. REUTERS/Dima Korotayev

CVI/WS
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCYUH
October 29, 2002
Relatives and friends of Sergei Senchenko, who died during the Moscow
theatre hostage-taking incident,...
Moscow, Russia
RELATIVES AND FRIENDS CRY AS THEY PAY LAST RESPECTS TO THEATRE HOSTAGE
IN MOSCOW.
Relatives and friends of Sergei Senchenko, who died during the Moscow
theatre hostage-taking incident, cry as they bid farewell in Moscow,
October 29, 2002. A grieving Russia buried the first victims of the
Moscow theatre siege on Tuesday, as it emerged that the mystery gas
responsible for 115 hostage deaths may have been opium-based and not a
nerve agent. REUTERS/Dima Korotayev

CVI/CRB
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCYU3
October 29, 2002
Relatives and friends of Sergei Senchenko, who died during the Moscow
theatre hostage-taking incident,...
Moscow, Russia
RELATIVES AND FRIENDS OF THEATRE HOSTAGE MOURN IN MOSCOW.
Relatives and friends of Sergei Senchenko, who died during the Moscow
theatre hostage-taking incident, cry in Moscow, October 29, 2002. A
grieving Russia buried the first victims of the Moscow theatre siege on
Tuesday, as it emerged that the mystery gas responsible for 115 hostage
deaths may have been opium-based and not a nerve agent. REUTERS/Viktor
Korotayev

CVI/CRB
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCYTV
October 29, 2002
Relatives and friends of Alexei Bochkov, 25, who died during the Moscow
theatre hostage taking incident,...
Moscow, Russia
RELATIVES AND FRIENDS CRY AS THEY PAY LAST TRIBUTE TO BOCHKOV IN
MOSCOW.
Relatives and friends of Alexei Bochkov, 25, who died during the Moscow
theatre hostage taking incident, cry during a mass in a church at
Kuzminskoye cemetery in Moscow, October 29, 2002. A grieving Russia
buried the first victims of the Moscow theatre siege on Tuesday, as it
emerged that the mystery gas responsible for 115 hostage deaths may
have been opium-based and not a nerve agent. REUTERS/Alexander
Natruskin

CVI/WS
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCYSC
October 29, 2002
Relatives and friends of Sergei Senchenko, who died during the Moscow
theatre hostage taking incident,...
Moscow, Russia
RELATIVES AND FRIENDS CRY AS THEY PAY LAST TRIBUTE TO THEATRE HOSTAGE
VICTIM SENCHENKO IN MOSCOW.
Relatives and friends of Sergei Senchenko, who died during the Moscow
theatre hostage taking incident, cry as they bid farewell in Moscow,
October 29, 2002. A grieving Russia buried the first victims of the
Moscow theatre siege on Tuesday, as it emerged that the mystery gas
responsible for 115 hostage deaths may have been opium-based and not a
nerve agent. REUTERS/Dima Korotayev

CVI/WS
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCYRO
October 29, 2002
Relatives and friends of Sergei Senchenko, who died during the Moscow
theatre hostage taking incident,...
Moscow, Russia
RELATIVES AND FRIENDS CRY AS THEY PAY LAST TRIBUTE TO THEATRE HOSTAGE
VICTIM SENCHENKO IN MOSCOW.
Relatives and friends of Sergei Senchenko, who died during the Moscow
theatre hostage taking incident, cry as they bid farewell in Moscow,
October 29, 2002. A grieving Russia buried the first victims of the
Moscow theatre siege on Tuesday, as it emerged that the mystery gas
responsible for 115 hostage deaths may have been opium-based and not a
nerve agent. REUTERS/Viktor Korotayev

CVI/WS
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCXCE
October 28, 2002
A man held hostage (L) in a Moscow theatre embraces his child outside a
hospital in Moscow, October...
Moscow, Russia
A FORMER HOSTAGE RELEASED FROM HOSPITAL EMBRACES HIS CHILD IN MOSCOW.
A man held hostage (L) in a Moscow theatre embraces his child outside a
hospital in Moscow, October 28, 2002. President Vladimir Putin, under
fire for using a secret lethal gas to end a Chechen rebel siege in the
heart of the capital, vowed on Monday that he would make no deals with
'terrorists'. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko

CVI/WS
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCWZV
October 28, 2002
A man embraces his relative, a former hostage in the theatre siege, who
was released from a hospital...
Moscow, Russia
A MAN EMBRACE A FORMER THEATRE HOSTAGE RELEASED FROM HOSPITAL IN
MOSCOW.
A man embraces his relative, a former hostage in the theatre siege, who
was released from a hospital in Moscow, October 28, 2002. President
Vladimir Putin kept focus on Monday on Chechen gunmen who seized
hostages in a theatre, vowing no deal with "terrorists", while facing
questions over Russian security forces' use of mystery gas to end
siege. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko

CVI/WS
RTRCWXM
October 28, 2002
Relatives of Emilia Uzunova, a Bulgarian hostage who was killed during
the Moscow theatre siege, cry...
Bulgaria
RELATIVES OF BULGARIAN KILLED IN MOSCOW THEATRE SIEGE CRY AT A
CATHEDRAL IN SOFIA.
Relatives of Emilia Uzunova, a Bulgarian hostage who was killed during
the Moscow theatre siege, cry at Alexander Nevski cathedral in Sofia,
October 28, 2002. Relatives and friends of Uzunova gathered at the main
East-Orthodox cathedral in Bulgarian capital to take part in the
commemoration service. REUTERS/Dimitar Dilkoff

OP/CRB
RTRCWXG
October 28, 2002
Relatives of Emilia Uzunova, a Bulgarian hostage who was killed during
the Moscow theatre siege, comfort...
Bulgaria
RELATIVES OF BULGARIAN KILLED IN MOSCOW THEATRE SIEGE CRY AT A
CATHEDRAL IN SOFIA.
Relatives of Emilia Uzunova, a Bulgarian hostage who was killed during
the Moscow theatre siege, comfort each other at Alexander Nevski
cathedral in Sofia, October 28, 2002. Relatives and friends of Uzunova
gathered at the main East-Orthodox cathedral in Bulgarian capital to
take part in the commemoration service. REUTERS/Dimitar Dilkoff

OP/CRB
RUSSIA
RTXLLQ1
October 27, 2002
A young girl lights a candle in a church in Moscow October 27, 2002. [Russia's three main news agencies...
Moscow, Russia
A young girl lights a candle in a church in Moscow October 27, 2002. [Russia's three main news agenc.....
A young girl lights a candle in a church in Moscow October 27, 2002. [Russia's three main news agencies quoted Health Ministry officials as saying that 118 hostages had died in the theatre siege.]
RUSSIA
RTXLLQ0
October 27, 2002
A young former hostage cries as she tries to call her mother from the hospital window in Moscow October...
Moscow, Russia
A young former hostage cries as she tries to call her mother from the hospital window in Moscow Octo.....
A young former hostage cries as she tries to call her mother from the hospital window in Moscow October 27, 2002. Russia's three main news agencies quoted Health Ministry officials as saying that 118 people had died in the theatre siege.
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTR154PE
October 27, 2002
A young boy lights a candle during an orthodox service in Moscow
October 27, 2002. Russia on Sunday...
Moscow, Russia
RUSSIAN BOY LIGHTS A CANDLE DURING AN ORTHODOX SERVICE IN MOSCOW.
A young boy lights a candle during an orthodox service in Moscow
October 27, 2002. Russia on Sunday counted the cost of the dramatic and
bloody end to a Moscow theatre siege by Chechen rebels, but the chief
victim could be peace in the tiny Muslim region of Chechnya.
REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin

WAW/CRB
EUROPE RUSSIA
RTRDOI0
October 27, 2002
Pro-Chechen demonstrators display placards outside a EU-Russia summit
in Brussels November 11, 2002,...
Brussels, Belgium
PRO-CHECHEN DEMONSTRATE OUTSIDE A EU-RUSSIA SUMMIT IN BRUSSELS.
Pro-Chechen demonstrators display placards outside a EU-Russia summit
in Brussels November 11, 2002, accusing Russian President Vladimir
Putin to be a killer for using incapacitating gas to stun the gunmen
during Moscow theatre siege earlier on October 27, 2002. The meeting,
attended by Putin and EU officials will focus on discussing an issue to
the conflict between Russia and Chechnya and to consider the
Kaliningrad problem and questions concerning fight against
international terrorism. REUTERS/Yves Herman

HRM/JDP
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCVH6
October 27, 2002
Andrei Seltsovsky, chairman of the health committee of the city of
Moscow, gestures during a news conference...
Moscow, Russia
MOSCOW'S CHAIRMAN OF THE HEALTH COMMITTEE SELTSOVSKY GESTURES DURING A
NEWS CONFERENCE.
Andrei Seltsovsky, chairman of the health committee of the city of
Moscow, gestures during a news conference October 27, 2002. Moscow's
top doctor said on Sunday that 646 of the freed hostages from the
theatre siege were still in hospital, of whom 150 were in intensive
care and 45 "in a grave condition." Seltsovsky said 115 hostages had
died of gas poisoning on the night special forces stormed the theatre,
and only one died of gunshot wounds.

REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCVFO
October 27, 2002
A girl lights a candle outside a theatre in Moscow, October 27, 2002,
where Chechen gunmen were holding...
Moscow, Russia
A GIRL LIGHTS A CANDLE OUTSIDE A THEATRE IN MOSCOW.
A girl lights a candle outside a theatre in Moscow, October 27, 2002,
where Chechen gunmen were holding over 700 people hostage. The gas used
by Russian special forces to end the Moscow theatre siege killed 115
hostages, the city's top doctor said on Sunday. Only one of the
hostages in the Moscow theatre siege died of gunshot wounds.
REUTERS/Dima Korotayev

CVI/CMC
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCVFH
October 27, 2002
People light candles outside a theatre in Moscow, October 27, 2002,
where Chechen gunmen were holding...
Moscow, Russia
PEOPLE LIGHT CANDLES OUTSIDE THEATRE IN MOSCOW.
People light candles outside a theatre in Moscow, October 27, 2002,
where Chechen gunmen were holding hundreds of people hostage. The gas
used by Russian special forces to end the Moscow theatre siege killed
115 hostages, the city's top doctor said on Sunday. Only one of the
hostages in the Moscow theatre siege died of gunshot wounds.
REUTERS/Dima Korotayev

CVI/CMC
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCV4C
October 27, 2002
A relative walks with a former hostage (L) outside a hospital in
Moscow, October 27, 2002. Russian NTV...
Moscow, Russia
A RELATIVE WALKS WITH A FORMER HOSTAGE OUTSIDE A HOSPITAL IN MOSCOW.
A relative walks with a former hostage (L) outside a hospital in
Moscow, October 27, 2002. Russian NTV television reported on Sunday
that a mysterious gas used by Russian special forces to knock out
Chechen guerrillas in the Moscow theatre siege had killed at least two
of the more than 100 hostages who died. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko

CVI/CRB
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCUYK
October 27, 2002
A relative embraces a former hostage (R) after he left a hospital in
Moscow, October 27, 2002. Russian...
Moscow, Russia
A RELATIVE EMBRACES A FORMER HOSTAGE OUTSIDE A HOSPITAL IN MOSCOW.
A relative embraces a former hostage (R) after he left a hospital in
Moscow, October 27, 2002. Russian NTV television reported on Sunday
that a mysterious gas used by Russian special forces to knock out
Chechen guerrillas in the Moscow theatre siege had killed at least two
of the more than 100 hostages who died. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti

CVI/CRB
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCUYE
October 27, 2002
Relatives embrace a freed hostage (C) as he leaves a hospital in
Moscow, October 27, 2002. Russian NTV...
Moscow, Russia
RELATIVES EMBRACE A FREED HOSTAGE OUTSIDE HOSPITAL IN MOSCOW.
Relatives embrace a freed hostage (C) as he leaves a hospital in
Moscow, October 27, 2002. Russian NTV television reported on Sunday
that a mysterious gas used to knock out Chechen guerrillas in the
Moscow theatre siege had killed at least two of the more than 100
hostages who died. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti

CVI
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCUUU
October 27, 2002
A woman comforts a freed hostage (R) as she leaves hospital in Moscow,
October 27, 2002. Russian NTV...
Moscow, Russia
A WOMAN COMFORTS A FREED HOSTAGE OUTSIDE HOSPITAL IN MOSCOW.
A woman comforts a freed hostage (R) as she leaves hospital in Moscow,
October 27, 2002. Russian NTV television reported on Sunday that a
mysterious gas used to knock out Chechen guerrillas in the Moscow
theatre siege had killed at least two of the more than 100 hostages who
died. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko

CVI
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCUTM
October 27, 2002
A relative puts a jacket on a freed hostage (R) as she leaves hospital
in Moscow, October 27, 2002....
Moscow, Russia
A FREED HOSTAGE LEAVES HOSPITAL IN MOSCOW.
A relative puts a jacket on a freed hostage (R) as she leaves hospital
in Moscow, October 27, 2002. Russian NTV television reported on Sunday
that a mysterious gas used to knock out Chechen guerrillas in the
Moscow theatre siege had killed at least two of the more than 100
hostages who died. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko

CVI
RUSSIA
RTRCUT6
October 27, 2002
A young girl lights a candle in a church in Moscow October 27, 2002.
Russia's three main news agencies...
Moscow, Russia
A YOUNG GIRL LIGHTS A CANDLE IN A CHURCH IN MOSCOW.
A young girl lights a candle in a church in Moscow October 27, 2002.
Russia's three main news agencies quoted Health Ministry officials as
saying that 118 hostages had died in the theatre siege. REUTERS/Peter
Andrews

PA
RUSSIA
RTRCUSR
October 27, 2002
An elderly woman lights a candle in a church in Moscow October 27, 2002.
Russia's three main news agencies...
Moscow, Russia
AN ELDERLY WOMAN LIGHTS A CANDLE IN A CHURCH IN MOSCOW.
An elderly woman lights a candle in a church in Moscow October 27, 2002.
Russia's three main news agencies quoted Health Ministry officials as saying
that 118 hostages had died in the theatre siege. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Peter
Andrews PA

RUSSIA
RUSSIA
RTRCUS2
October 27, 2002
Muscovites lay flowers near a theatre in Moscow, October 27, 2002,
where Chechen gunmen were holding...
Moscow, Russia
MUSCOVITES LAY FLOWERS NEAR THEATRE IN MOSCOW.
Muscovites lay flowers near a theatre in Moscow, October 27, 2002,
where Chechen gunmen were holding over 700 people hostage. Russia's
three main news agencies quoted Health Ministry's officials as saying
that 118 hostages had died in the theatre siege when Russian special
forces stormed the theatre. REUTERS/Peter Andrews

PA/CRB
RUSSIA SIEGE
RTRCURJ
October 27, 2002
A young former hostage cries as she tries to call her mother from the
hospital window in Moscow October...
Moscow, Russia
A YOUNG WOMAN WHO WAS THE HOSTAGE CRIES AS SHE TRIES TO CALL HER MOTHER
IN MOSCOW.
A young former hostage cries as she tries to call her mother from the
hospital window in Moscow October 27, 2002. Russia's three main news
agencies quoted Health Ministry officials as saying that 118 people had
died in the theatre siege. REUTERS/Peter Andrews

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