Source Pravda.Ru

Minimum 150 hostages have been killed

150 hostages from town Beslan in North Ossetia could be killed. An anonymous source from law-enforcement untis said to Gazeta.ru that minimum 150 hostages could be killed. The special sevices do not possess exact figures yet. There has been information on finding dead bodies in the school gym.

Liberty Radio reported on 150 killed, referring to its reporter. The Operative Staff admits tha there are killed hostages, but refuses to report the numkber of the killed so far.

According to the latest information, more than 200 wounded people have been brought to the hospitals of Beslan, a representative of North Ossetian authorities said in Interfax interview.

Meanwhile, a part of the hostages are still in the schoold bulding. The school is on fire, and fire brigades have just arrived.

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