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List of massacres in Russia

The following is a list of massacres that have occurred in Russia (numbers may be approximate). For massacres that occurred in the Soviet Union, see List of massacres in the Soviet Union:

Name Date Location Deaths Description
Kushchevskaya massacre November 2010 Kushchyovsky District 12
Beslan school hostage crisis September 1, 2004 Beslan 334
Novye Aldi massacre February 5, 2000 Groznensky District, Chechnya 60-82
Staropromyslovski massacre December 1999-January 2000 Grozny, Chechnya 38-56
Samashki massacre April 7–8, 1995 Samashki, Chechnya 250+
Katyn massacre April-May 1940 Katyn Forest, Russia 22,000
Lena massacre April 17, 1912 northeast Siberia near Lena River 150-270
Massacre of Novgorod 1570 Novgorod, Russia 2,500-27,000

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