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Politkovskaya (October 25, 2:50 p.m. and 7:40 p.m.), Sergei Govorukhin (October 25, 5:00 p.m.), Dmitry Beletsky (October 25, 5:00 p.m.), Yevgeny Primakov (October 25, 7:40 p.m.), Aslanbek Aslakhanov (October 25, 7:40–8:24 p.m.), Ruslan Aushev (October 25, 7:40 p.m.), Sunday Times journalist Mark Franchetti (October 25, 3:15 p.m.), four journalists from the Russian television network NTV (October 25, 1:40 a.m.), two Jordanian doctors (October 24, 5:50 p.m.), and five representatives of the Red Cross (October 25, 12:00 noon).


Of the 113 people freed before the building was stormed, 69 escaped (including 5 children) and 44 were rescued (including 25 children under age 14 and 3 older teenagers).


The following people were shot by the terrorists: (1) Olga Nikolaevna Romanova, born 1976, salesperson at the L’Etoile store in Moscow; (2) Konstantin Ivanovich Vasiliev, born 1967, chief specialist in the personnel department of the Main Administration for Military Court Operations of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation; (3) Denis Petrovich Gribkov, born 1972, glassblower from the Laser-Neon company in Moscow; and (4) Pavel Georgievich Zakharov, born 1979, engineer from the Federal Registry of National Building Codes and Standards in Moscow.


According to data from the Moscow City Healthcare Committee, 650 people (including 9 children and 32 foreign citizens) were released from inpatient treatment facilities after rehabilitation.


Of the 41 terrorists killed, there were 19 women and 22 men. Thirty-four have been identified, and seven bodies (one woman and six men) remain to be identified.

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