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Coffee Shop Pokes Through Grozny's Rubble

The bomb-pocked Chechen capital of Grozny shows one faint sign of normal life amid a violent conflict between independence-seeking rebels and Russian troops. A local cafe serves instant coffee brewed with water carried from afar. But talk of war pervades the place. NPR's Lawrence Sheets reports.

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