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Chechnya

Jacki Lyden talks with Fiona Hill, a fellow in foreign policy studies at the Brookings Institution, about Chechnya. Hill talks about the Chechen rebels, who were behind the hostage-taking at a Moscow theater last week. She says it's clear they are members of a radical faction acting without support from the greater Chechen population. (4:30)

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Longtime listeners recognize Jacki Lyden's voice from her frequent work as a substitute host on NPR. As a journalist who has been with NPR since 1979, Lyden regards herself first and foremost as a storyteller and looks for the distinctive human voice in a huge range of national and international stories.