MINELRES: Caucasus Reporting Service No. 154: content

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WELCOME TO IWPR'S CAUCASUS REPORTING SERVICE, No. 154, November 07,
2002.

CAUCASUS NEWS UPDATE NOVEMBER 7, 2002

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INGUSH FEAR FORMER OSSETIAN NEIGHBOURS
Ingush uprooted by war with North Ossetia sceptical that new cooperation
accord between the two republics will enable them to return.
By Madina Khadzieva in Maisky

OSSETIANS ANGERED BY INGUSH RETURN
Tensions between Ossetians and Ingush remain despite recent friendship
agreement between the two nations.
By Valery Dzutsev in Chermen

CHECHENS BRACED FOR RUSSIAN REPRISALS
Moscow's determination to root out those connected to the theatre
hostage tragedy sparks fears in Chechnya.
By Umalt Dudaev in Grozny

QUESTIONS OVER AZERI SHIP DISASTER MOUNT
Relatives of those who drowned in the sinking of the Merkury-2 in the
Caspian Sea want answers to some basic questions.
By Zarema Velikhanova in Baku

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