Eight children were freed this morning by the kamikaze squadron of Chechen terrorists. Talks to secure the release of 75 foreigners have broken down. 700 hostages are held in horrifying sanitary conditions.
A water pipe in the basement has burst and the theatre is gradually filling with water, while in the main hall, the orchestra pit is being used as an open latrine, making the air stench, creating a precarious hygienic situation. Water and food is running low and the terrorists have refused to accept fresh supplies, lending credence to the notion that something sinister is about to happen.
Timofei BYELO PRAVDA.Ru
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