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Russian journalists demand release of Daghestani colleague Abdulmumin Gadzhiyev

Over a dozen prominent Russian journalists appealed for the release of the Chernovik journalist prompting single-person pickets in Moscow.

Russian journalists demand release of Daghestani colleague Abdulmumin Gadzhiyev

Over a dozen prominent Russian journalists appealed for the release of the Chernovik journalist prompting single-person pickets in Moscow.

Russian authorities raid offices of Daghestan’s Chernovik newspaper 

Masked and heavily armed men entered the paper’s offices on Wednesday morning as part of a criminal case into journalist Abdulmumin Gadzhiyev.

Russian authorities raid offices of Daghestan’s Chernovik newspaper 

Masked and heavily armed men entered the paper’s offices on Wednesday morning as part of a criminal case into journalist Abdulmumin Gadzhiyev.

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.

Editor and journalist from Daghestani newspaper Chernovik detained on terror charges

Abdulmumin Gadzhiyev is the editor of the religion section of Chernovik.

Editor and journalist from Daghestani newspaper Chernovik detained on terror charges

Abdulmumin Gadzhiyev is the editor of the religion section of Chernovik.

Suspect in Daghestani newspaper founder murder convicted on drug and weapon charges

Magomed Khazamov is one of the official suspects in the 2011 killing of Chernovik founder Khadzhimurad Kamalov.

Suspect in Daghestani newspaper founder murder convicted on drug and weapon charges

Magomed Khazamov is one of the official suspects in the 2011 killing of Chernovik founder Khadzhimurad Kamalov.

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