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Relatives of former hostages who have not found their loved gother
Relatives of former hostages who have not found their loved ones in the local hospitals are gathering at the House of Culture in Beslan. About 500 people have assembled before the building and more are arriving. Lists of the names of the identified bodies and patients in hospital were supposed to have been put up at 12:00 Moscow time. However, these lists are still not ready and this is making those people who do not know anything about the fate of their relatives anxious. Spokesmen for the emergency HQ have told RIA Novosti that, during meetings with relatives, the authorities have been trying to put together a list of people whose fate remains unknown. This should help the identification procedure, as well as a more detailed search of the local medical centres. North Ossetia's chief prosecutor, Alexander Vigulov, has told relatives of the victims and journalists that the final number of the people who lost their lives in the school is still not known, as an investigation of the site of the tragedy is continuing. He added that bomb disposal experts were defusing the explosive devices planted by the terrorists and the surrounding topsoil was being removed layer by layer. Mr Vigulov also announced that he had agreed with the head of the local administration that buses would be laid on today to take relatives to the mortuary at the hospital in Vladikavkaz so that they could identify the bodies.
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