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Germany Offers Beslan Aid

The German government has offered victims of the hostage crisis in southern Russian Beslan €100,000 in humanitarian aid. The Russian government had requested the aid, a German government spokeswoman said Sunday in Berlin, Reuters reported. German Red Cross was expected to deliver medical equipment and medicine to the region. More than 300 people were killed and 700 wounded after pro-Chechnyan militants held around 1,200 children and adults hostage in the town.

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