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U.S. Reporter Found Near Russia's Chechnya

A reporter with Cox Newspapers who was briefly unaccounted for near Russia’s rebel Chechnya region has been found, the news group said Wednesday, although it was unclear what had happened to her. Police earlier said Rebecca Santana, the U.S. newspaper group’s Moscow bureau chief, was last seen Sunday near the city of Mozdok on the border with Chechnya, a lawless region where troops have been fighting separatists for nine years. But Andrew Alexander, head of Cox’s Washington bureau, which manages the organization’s non-U.S. offices, said she had been found Wednesday. “She has been found. We have verified it from a number of sources,” he said by telephone. “We are awaiting details of the circumstances.” Full Story

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