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According to a Taliban spokesperson, they discussed ‘issues related to both countries’ as well as regional security and the situation in Afghanistan.
Turkish construction firm Enka said they had pulled out due to ‘breaches of contract’ by the Georgian Government and force majeure.
The elections in Russia were marred by irregularities and in the North Caucasus resulted in a landslide victory for United Russia and incumbent authorities.
She was abducted on July 15, 2009 in Grozny, and on the evening of that day she was found shot in Ingushetia.
Sayd-Mukhammad Dzhumayev featured in a viral video from January, in which he fought off police officers who beat protesters with truncheons.
While religious and far-right violence is a cause for concern, the legitimisation of such violence by the Georgian Government is more dangerous still.