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Anti-Semitic statement by Kadyrov provokes anger amoung Russian-Israeli Jews

In a speech to a visiting delegation from Jordan, Kadyrov said the Jewish people were ‘the main enemies of Islam’.

Anti-Semitic statement by Kadyrov provokes anger amoung Russian-Israeli Jews

In a speech to a visiting delegation from Jordan, Kadyrov said the Jewish people were ‘the main enemies of Islam’.

Communist Party holds protests for ‘fair elections’ in Kabardino-Balkaria

The local communists held rallies in Nalchik and Prokhladnoye as part of a nationwide campaign.

Communist Party holds protests for ‘fair elections’ in Kabardino-Balkaria

The local communists held rallies in Nalchik and Prokhladnoye as part of a nationwide campaign.

Daghestani authorities refuse 64th request for protest permit in support of imprisoned journalist

Daghestan’s Ministry of Justice has denied a permit to supporters of Chernovik journalist Abdulmumin Gadzhiyev to hold a protest.

Daghestani authorities refuse 64th request for protest permit in support of imprisoned journalist

Daghestan’s Ministry of Justice has denied a permit to supporters of Chernovik journalist Abdulmumin Gadzhiyev to hold a protest.

Kadyrov causes outrage in Daghestan with comments on Imam Shamil

Kadyrov accused the leader of the resistance to the Russian Empire’s 19th-century conquest of terrorising the inhabitants of Chechnya.

Kadyrov causes outrage in Daghestan with comments on Imam Shamil

Kadyrov accused the leader of the resistance to the Russian Empire’s 19th-century conquest of terrorising the inhabitants of Chechnya.

Daghestani man awarded compensation for unlawful prosecution

Sultakhan Ibragimov was awarded ₽800,000 ($12,000) in compensation for moral damages over his illegal criminal prosecution.

Daghestani man awarded compensation for unlawful prosecution

Sultakhan Ibragimov was awarded ₽800,000 ($12,000) in compensation for moral damages over his illegal criminal prosecution.

Russian rights group accuses authorities of torturing businessman in Kabardino-Balkaria

Memorial released allegations that Ruslan Kasheshov was tortured into confessing to crimes he did not commit.

Russian rights group accuses authorities of torturing businessman in Kabardino-Balkaria

Memorial released allegations that Ruslan Kasheshov was tortured into confessing to crimes he did not commit.

Daghestani anti-monopoly regulator orders minibus companies to lower prices

The Federal Antimonopoly Service of the Russian Republic of Daghestan has ordered six local transport companies to reverse a rise in bus fare.

Daghestani anti-monopoly regulator orders minibus companies to lower prices

The Federal Antimonopoly Service of the Russian Republic of Daghestan has ordered six local transport companies to reverse a rise in bus fare.

Father of slain teenage shepherds resumes protest in Daghestan

Murtazali Gasanguseynov says the investigation into the shooting of his sons by police has been ineffective.

Father of slain teenage shepherds resumes protest in Daghestan

Murtazali Gasanguseynov says the investigation into the shooting of his sons by police has been ineffective.

Ingushetia’s head to step down after eight months of turmoil

After the recent political turmoil, the Head of Ingushetia has announced his resignation after over 11 years of rule.

Ingushetia’s head to step down after eight months of turmoil

After the recent political turmoil, the Head of Ingushetia has announced his resignation after over 11 years of rule.

Residents of Daghestan demolish Chechen road sign at the border near Kizlyar

Chechen head Ramzan Kadyrov threatened to ‘break the fingers’ and ‘tear out the tongues’ of people insulting Chechens online.

Residents of Daghestan demolish Chechen road sign at the border near Kizlyar

Chechen head Ramzan Kadyrov threatened to ‘break the fingers’ and ‘tear out the tongues’ of people insulting Chechens online.

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