Thursday, September 02, 2004

No news, just a few corrections and stuff...

25 people were released, not 26. One woman, mother of three children, was allowed to go with one child but she chose to return and stay with the remaining two.

Five citizens of Armenia and two of the Republic of Georgia (a woman and her 7-year-old daughter) are among the hostages.

Two Turkish citizens were released - an Osetian woman married to a Turk and one of her daughters. Her other daughter is still there, inside the school, as a hostage.

Someone trustworthy - a doctor, Leonid Roshal, who became known during the 2002 Moscow theater siege when he assisted and negotiated and acted as a saint in general - said that if it all doesn't end well, there might be a war between the brotherly peoples, the Chechens, Ingush and Osetians...

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