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How To Help

Patrick Belton posts a list of equipment the Russian government says the Rostov Regional Children's hospital desperately needs to treat the still-living victims of the Beslan attack and how you can help.

September 15, 2004 | Permalink

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» Something Positive About Beslan from A Fistful of Euros
Via Matthew Yglesias, the Oxbloggers pass along an appeal for donations to purchase urgently needed supplies and equipment for a hospital in Beslan. Especially for our readers in the UK, this is an opportunity for positive action. Full text below... [Read More]

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» Something Positive About Beslan from A Fistful of Euros
Via Matthew Yglesias, the Oxbloggers pass along an appeal for donations to purchase urgently needed supplies and equipment for a hospital in Beslan. Especially for our readers in the UK, this is an opportunity for positive action. Full text below... [Read More]

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» Help Beslan children from newsrack
When I called the Russian Cultural Center here in the U.S. as suggested, I was directed to the Russian Embassy home page, where moscowhelp.org and a second outfit, Children's Hope International Foundation, are listed. To specifically help buy the medic... [Read More]

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» Something Positive About Beslan from A Fistful of Euros
Via Matthew Yglesias, the Oxbloggers pass along an appeal for donations to purchase urgently needed supplies and equipment for a hospital in Beslan. Especially for our readers in the UK, this is an opportunity for positive action. Full text below... [Read More]

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