The Su-25 plane, performing a training flight crashed not far from the Budennovsk
airfield in Stavropol Region, the ministry said in a statement.
Under the new contract Rolls-Royce will supply two industrial Trent 60 gas turbines to power Russian oil company LUKOIL's Stavrolen Power Plant in Budennovsk
It is hardly a leap of faith to presume that few members of the armed forces were happy with the Chernomyrdin government's pleading with Chechen warlord Shamil Basaev after he and his men captured a hospital and took more than one thousand hostages in June 1995 in the town of Budennovsk
in the Stavropol region.
His vicious resume included taking more than 1,500 civilians hostage, and leaving 120 of them dead, in the southern Russian town of Budennovsk
in 1995; ordering the storming of a Moscow theater, resulting in the death of 129 people, in 2002; and dispatching suicide bombers to blow two Russian airliners out of the sky in 2004 -- to say nothing of the odd airplane hijacking, subway bombing and bloody rampage.
subsidiary Union Carbide and the Russian company Lukoil-Neftekhim have announced a license agreement under which Lukoil subsidiary Stavrolen will use Unipol PP process technology for a new polypropylene plant at Budennovsk
By then, since the hospital hostage taking in the southern Russian town of Budennovsk
in 1995, Basaev had gained a reputation as a savage, a man who had himself videotaped sentencing to death a 'collaborator' (as he called Chechens who cooperated with the Russian army), and a man who talked constantly of a Jihad and calling the Russians 'godless barbarians'.
A: This is the first such attack in Moscow, but 100 captives were killed in Budennovsk
in southern Russia in 1995.
AThis is the first such attack in Moscow but in 1995 Chechen rebels herded around 1,000 residents in Budennovsk
in southern Russia into the local hospital after losing a battle there.
Bespredel' is how dismayed citizens of Russia characterize their post-Soviet, post-orderly world, in which Chechen rebels can occupy a hospital in the Russian city of Budennovsk
, in which journalists and police officers suffer their professions' highest mortality rates.
Some undoubtedly consider Chechens a `viscious', worthless breed Can old prejudice the guerrillas certainly reinforced by menacing Russian civilians, as at the hospital at Budennovsk
in june 1995).