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Åsne Seierstad and Musa Mutaev

© Trygve Lundemo / Adresseavisen
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© Trygve Lundemo / Adresseavisen

Åsne Seierstad and Musa Mutaev

Copy of Trygve Lundemo, “Tsjetsjenia er fortsatt ikke trygt,” Adresseavisen, 30 May 2008: 2-3. This article, whose title translates as “Chechnya is still not safe”, describes an interview that took place between Åsne Seierstad, member of the Norwegian Centre, and Musa Mutaev, founder and president of the Chechen Writers Centre (2006-) – both of whom can be seen in the photograph. This interview took place at a literature festival held in Lillehammer in May 2008.

Åsne Seierstad et Musa Mutaev

Exemplaire de Trygve Lundemo, "Tsjetsjenia er fortsatt ikke trygt," Adresseavisen, 30 mai 2008: 2-3. Cet article, dont le titre se traduit par «La Tchétchénie n'est pas sûre», décrit une entrevue qui a eu lieu entre Åsne Seierstad, membre du Centre norvégien, et Musa Mutaev, fondateur et président du Centre des écrivains tchétchènes (2006-). Tous deux apparaissent dans la photographie. L'entrevue a eu lieu lors d'un festival de littérature qui s'est déroulé à Lillehammer, en mai 2008.

Åsne Seierstad y Musa Mutaev

Ejemplar de Trygve Lundemo, "Tsjetsjenia er fortsatt ikke trygt," Adresseavisen, 30 mayo 2008: 2-3. Este artículo, cuyo título se traduce como «Chechenia no es segura todavía», describe una entrevista entre Åsne Seierstad, miembro del Centro Noruego, y Musa Mutaev, fundador y director del Centro de Escritores Chechenos (2006-). Los dos aparecen en la fotografía del artículo. La entrevista tuvo lugar en el marco del festival literario celebrado en Lillehammer en mayo de 2008.

Date:

30/05/2008

Creator:

Trygve Lundemo

Centre:

Chechen Writers Centre  (Нохчийн ПЕН-центр)

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