On this day in 2004, the Beslan school hostage crisis came to a bloody end when Russian troops stormed the school. The siege left 331 dead, including 186 children. More than 700 people were injured.
‘In no way can the killing and victimisation of innocent children be justified, especially not for political reasons’
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