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Refugees from Russia's Chechnya Flee Police Raids

Chechen refugees fled back into their war-ravaged homeland in southern Russia from the former safe haven of Ingushetia Friday for fear of more police raids and other reprisals after a bloody rebel attack. Russian police raided refugee camps in their hunt for the rebels who killed more than 100 police, security officials and civilians in Ingushetia early Tuesday in the biggest armed operation carried out in the region. Refugees, who fled to neighboring Ingushetia to escape fighting after Russian troops poured back into Chechnya in 1999, said police had detained dozens of men. Full Story

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