A history of violence in and from Chechnya

Russian soldiers near the town of Sleptsovskoye, Ingushetia, 38 miles west of Grozny, watch as a Russian army convoy heads in the direction of Chechnya, Dec. 22, 1994. Russian jet planes unleashed their heaviest bombardment yet on Grozny, but their hit and run tactics seemed to strengthen the resolve of Grozny's remaining residents. It was the third consecutive day of overnight air raids on the Chechnya capital Grozny. (AP Photo/Sergei Karpukhin)

April 20, 2013 3:35 pm  • 
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