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Beslan School Hostage Crisis - 03 Sep 2008
Beslan School Hostage Crisis - 03 Sep 2008
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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)
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September 03, 2008
Children release 334 balloons into the air, symbolising the people who died in the 2004 hostage crisis...
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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)
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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)
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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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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)
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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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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)
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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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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)
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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)
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