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Although Russian authorities have announced a cease-fire for a few hours a day in Grozny and the setting up of 'humanitarian corridors' to allow civilians to 'safely' leave zones and cities that are under attack, the latest information gathered by MSF from Chechen refugees in Georgia refutes the reality of these measures.


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Congo Republic: A Forgotten War Rages

The coherence and similarities of the witness accounts reveal the deportations from Kosovo as part of a systematic policy in which the modus operandi, participants, and objectives can only have been pre-planned. The crimes committed qualify as war crimes and crimes against humanity.

Assessment conducted by Epicentre at the request of Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), in collaboration with the Institut Français de Veille Sanitaire

Honduras
Reported by AITOR ZABALGOGEAZKOA, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, November 11, 1998

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Although Russian authorities have announced a cease-fire for a few hours a day in Grozny and the setting up of 'humanitarian corridors' to allow civilians to 'safely' leave zones and cities that are under attack, the latest information gathered by MSF from Chechen refugees in Georgia refutes the reality of these measures.


Skip to: Congo Republic | Afghanistan | Angola | Access | DRC | Colombia | Mozambique | Sri Lanka | Burundi | Somalia

Congo Republic: A Forgotten War Rages

The coherence and similarities of the witness accounts reveal the deportations from Kosovo as part of a systematic policy in which the modus operandi, participants, and objectives can only have been pre-planned. The crimes committed qualify as war crimes and crimes against humanity.

Assessment conducted by Epicentre at the request of Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), in collaboration with the Institut Français de Veille Sanitaire

Honduras
Reported by AITOR ZABALGOGEAZKOA, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, November 11, 1998

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