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Russia Wants Tourism, Not Terrorism, for Embattled Caucasusi
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June 06, 2013 6:26 PM
Car bombs and shootings make Dagestan the leader in political violence in Russia’s troubled North Caucasus. VOA's James Brooke reports from Derbent, Russia, that looking to the long term, though, the Kremlin believes that tourism offers a way out for the impoverished North Caucasus.

Russia Wants Tourism, Not Terrorism, for Embattled Caucasus

Published June 06, 2013

Car bombs and shootings make Dagestan the leader in political violence in Russia’s troubled North Caucasus. VOA's James Brooke reports from Derbent, Russia, that looking to the long term, though, the Kremlin believes that tourism offers a way out for the impoverished North Caucasus.


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