disappearing Kavkaz sites?

Dave Ahmad da at securityfocus.com
Tue Nov 12 08:57:48 PST 2002

I have noticed this too.  Other similar sites such as "qoqaz.net",
"azzam.com", "azzam.co.uk", etc, are often down or have disappeared
completely.  Some of these sites were well organized, very informative
and updated frequently.

David Mirza Ahmad

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On Tue, 12 Nov 2002, [iso-8859-2] Pawe3 Krawczyk wrote:

> Over the last few weeks from terrorist attack in Moscow I've seen Chechen
> informational websites disappearing one by one, replaced by standard ISP
> "work in progress" or "domain for hire" banners.
> All those sites (kavkaz.org, kavkazcenter.com and others) were
> the only sources of information about war in Chechnya independent
> from Russian propaganda. I can still see some Russian-language sites
> (chechenpress.com) working, but for obvious reasons they rarely are useful
> for the international community interested in what's going on in Chechnya.

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