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Dubrovka

 

an urban-type settlement, the administrative center of Dubrovka Raion, Briansk Oblast, RSFSR. Dubrovka has a railroad station 81 km northwest of Briansk, and it is the site of an alcohol plant, a creamery, and twine, furniture, and clothing factories.


Dubrovka

 

an urban-type settlement in Belaia Kholunitsa Raion, Kirov Oblast, RSFSR. Situated on the left bank of the Viatka River, 118 km northeast of the Slobodskoe railroad station. It is a center of large-scale timber (logging) enterprises and has production sections for the floating of logs.


Dubrovka

 

(Nevskaia Dubrovka), an urban-type settlement in Leningrad Oblast, RSFSR. A landing on the Neva River, it has a railroad station (Nevskaia Dubrovka). Dubrovka has a woodworking combine and produces sawn timber, prefabricated houses, furniture, and wood-chip and wood-fiber slabs. During the Battle of Leningrad of 1941-44, fierce fighting took place in the Dubrovka region in 1942-43.

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At the Dubrovka theatre, about 50 armed Chechens - who were demanding Russia withdrew from their land - took 912 people hostage.
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7) Piensese, por ejemplo, en la contundencia del uso de gas en la toma de rehenes en el teatro Dubrovka de Moscu en el ano 2002.
An opioid that isn't covered by the Chemical Weapons Convention, fentanyl was used against 50 armed Chechen separatists who seized the crowded Dubrovka theatre in Moscow on October 23, 2002.
On October 23rd, 2002, forty to fifty armed Chechens, claiming allegiance to the militant Islamic separatist movement in Chechnya, seized control of a crowded theatre in the Dubrovka district of Moscow, about four kilometres southeast of the Kremlin.
On October 23, 2002, Chechen insurgents attacked the crowded Dubrovka Theater in Moscow.
While a musical show was playing at Moscow's Dubrovka theater, 40 to 50 Chechen separatists stormed the building and took more than several hundred people hostage.
La primera vez que el mundo reconocio este nuevo brazo armado del conflicto checheno fue en octubre de 2002, cuando un punado de mujeres vestidas de negro y fajadas con cinturones explosivos tomaron mas de 800 rehenes en el teatro Dubrovka de Moscu.
The massacre, also known as the 2002 Nord-Ost Siege, resulted from the seizure of the Dubrovka Theater in Moscow by some 40-armed Chechens.
Many of the stories in the American press have mentioned some of the more spectacular terrorist incidents in Russia that are routinely attributed to Chechen terrorists: the 1999 bombings of a shopping mall and apartment buildings; the 2002 siege of Moscow's Dubrovka Theater; and the 2004 Beslan school massacre.
Moscow's Dubrovka Theater seized with over 700 taken hostage; Russian special forces launched a rescue mission employing an opium-derived gas to disable terrorists, which ultimately resulted in the death of 120 hostages.
These links then contributed directly to increased capabilities that allowed Chechen terrorists to strike deep into Russia and con-duct sophisticated attacks like those on Moscow's Dubrovka Theater in 2002, Beslan in 2004, and the Moscow subway system in 2010.