The USIA has posted a transcript on Terrorism in Russia taken from a Wolrdnet interview. You can read the transcript here.
Responding to a spate of bombings in Russia and increasing terrorism around the world, the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council called Thursday for greater global cooperation to stem the violent attacks. CNN.
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