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Voice | ‘Help comes from those who themselves need help’

Eighty-six year-old Syrian refugee Shaziya Nukh has found nothing but poverty and isolation in Kabardino-Balkaria, the land of her ancestors.

Voice | ‘Help comes from those who themselves need help’

Eighty-six year-old Syrian refugee Shaziya Nukh has found nothing but poverty and isolation in Kabardino-Balkaria, the land of her ancestors.

Circassian activist Martin Kochesoko released on bail as defence claims rigged witness testimonies

Kochesoko’s defence insists that drugs were planted on him and witnesses gave false testimonies.

Circassian activist Martin Kochesoko released on bail as defence claims rigged witness testimonies

Kochesoko’s defence insists that drugs were planted on him and witnesses gave false testimonies.

Circassian activist Martin Kochesoko arrested in Kabardino-Balkaria on drugs charges

Activists insist he is being framed for his criticism of the authorities.

Circassian activist Martin Kochesoko arrested in Kabardino-Balkaria on drugs charges

Activists insist he is being framed for his criticism of the authorities.

School director sues Circassian-language teacher in Kabardino-Balkaria

The director of the Nalchik school is suing her former employee after she spoke out against the lack of Circassian language lessons in the school.

School director sues Circassian-language teacher in Kabardino-Balkaria

The director of the Nalchik school is suing her former employee after she spoke out against the lack of Circassian language lessons in the school.

Circassian scholars call for creation of single alphabet

At a conference in Nalchik, scholars called for a resolution to the long-running issue.

Circassian scholars call for creation of single alphabet

At a conference in Nalchik, scholars called for a resolution to the long-running issue.

Vulnerable and divided: the uncertain state of the Circassian language

As Day of the Circassian Language approaches, many reflect on the pressure the language is under.

Vulnerable and divided: the uncertain state of the Circassian language

By Madina Aliyeva

As Day of the Circassian Language approaches, many reflect on the pressure the language is under.

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