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WELCOME TO IWPR'S CAUCASUS REPORTING SERVICE, No. 97, September 7,
2001
 
BAKU ALARMED OVER 'WAHHABI MENACE'  The authorities in Azerbaijan
blame Islamists for a spate of fatal attacks on police. By Mamed
Suleimanov in Zakatala, Azerbaijan
 
AZERBAIJAN FLEXES MUSCLES OVER KARABAKH  A militaristic rally in Baku
- with a symbolic Turkish presence - fails to disguise the weakness of
President Aliev's "military option" in Nagorno-Karabakh. By Nair Aliev
and Mamed Bagirov in Baku
 
INGUSHETIA COLLAPSING UNDER REFUGEE BURDEN  Attempts to encourage
Chechen refugees in Ingushetia to return home come to naught. By
Alexander Dzadziev in Vladikavkaz
 
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