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Panel Blames Police in Russia School Siege

The head of the Russian parliamentary commission investigating last year’s Beslan school siege that left 331 dead said Wednesday local law enforcement officials were negligent and ignored instructions to strengthen school security. Alexander Torshin told the upper house of parliament that Russian Interior Minister Rashid Nurgaliyev and his deputy had sent telegrams less than two weeks before the militants’ raid instructing the regional police department in North Ossetia, where Beslan is located, to beef up security on the first day of school. Full Story

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