Terror in Moscow

Friday, October 24, 2003

A year ago this week, armed Chechen separatists stormed into a packed Moscow theater, leading to a 57-hour standoff with Russian troops outside. The tragic end of the siege was broadcast around the world, as Russian troops overtook the Chechens with a powerful anesthetic gas, killing 129 hostages in the process. But in the two days before that, the scene inside the theater was also being documented - by one of the Chechen gunmen. Bob talks to Dan Reed, producer and director of "Terror in Moscow" - a new documentary that incorporates the terrorists' own footage.

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