North Caucasus

There's been an upsurge in violence in Russia's troubled North Caucasus region recently. Most worrying for the Russian authorities is the re-emergence of suicide bombings - which commentators take as evidence of extremist Islam. But where do the roots of the unrest lie?

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Wed 9 Sep 2009 04:40 GMT

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