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Tuesday, September 11, 2007 / Updated Moscow Time  


Nalchik Remains Cremated

Authorities have cremated the bodies of dozens of suspected militants killed in a 2005 attack on government buildings in Nalchik, according to a document obtained Wednesday, adding to controversy over a law that allows the government to withhold the remains of terror suspects.

At least 139 people died in the bold daytime assault on law enforcement and government offices in the capital of the Kabardino-Balkaria republic, including 95 suspected attackers, according to official tallies.


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