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Opinion | Kadyrov’s growing Apologystan 

When it comes to relations with neighbouring regions, Chechnya’s Ramzan Kadyrov acts with all the humbleness of a Sultan in a Turkish soap opera. 

Opinion | Kadyrov’s growing Apologystan 

By Magomed Torijev

When it comes to relations with neighbouring regions, Chechnya’s Ramzan Kadyrov acts with all the humbleness of a Sultan in a Turkish soap opera. 

Dozens of relatives of government critics reportedly kidnapped in Chechnya

Since 22 December, the number of relatives of Kadyrov critics to have been abducted may reach up to 50 people.

Dozens of relatives of government critics reportedly kidnapped in Chechnya

Since 22 December, the number of relatives of Kadyrov critics to have been abducted may reach up to 50 people.

Opinion | Khabib Nurmagomedov — the next head of Daghestan?

If the champion fighter chooses to enter politics, Chechnya Head Ramzan Kadyrov will doubtless be a rival.

Opinion | Khabib Nurmagomedov — the next head of Daghestan?

By Leonid Krasnov

If the champion fighter chooses to enter politics, Chechnya Head Ramzan Kadyrov will doubtless be a rival.

Chechnya proposes Russian ban on reporting ethnicity in criminal cases

The authors of the new law accused  Russian media of promoting negative attitudes towards ethnic groups and inciting violence against them.

Chechnya proposes Russian ban on reporting ethnicity in criminal cases

The authors of the new law accused  Russian media of promoting negative attitudes towards ethnic groups and inciting violence against them.

#Kadyrovshaitan — Kadyrov’s public humiliation of children 

When a 15-year-old boy in Russia called Ramzan Kadyrov a shaitan, an Islamic term for a demon, it was not long before he was forced to apologise.

#Kadyrovshaitan — Kadyrov’s public humiliation of children 

By OC Media

When a 15-year-old boy in Russia called Ramzan Kadyrov a shaitan, an Islamic term for a demon, it was not long before he was forced to apologise.

Former Chechen security official tells story of extrajudicial executions

A former employee of the Chechen Interior Ministry and an alleged witness to extrajudicial executions told his story to Novaya Gazeta. 

Former Chechen security official tells story of extrajudicial executions

A former employee of the Chechen Interior Ministry and an alleged witness to extrajudicial executions told his story to Novaya Gazeta. 

‘Last emir’ of Caucasus Emirate in Chechnya killed

Experts say it’s too early to talk of an end to the armed conflict in the North Caucasus.

‘Last emir’ of Caucasus Emirate in Chechnya killed

Experts say it’s too early to talk of an end to the armed conflict in the North Caucasus.

Chechen government critic sodomises self with bottle in apology video

The video was of a man claiming to be the administrator of a Telegram channel that posts about human rights abuses.

Chechen government critic sodomises self with bottle in apology video

The video was of a man claiming to be the administrator of a Telegram channel that posts about human rights abuses.

Ramzan Kadyrov appoints daughter as Deputy Minister of Culture

Twenty-one-year-old Aishat Kadyrova previously headed the Firdaws fashion house.

Ramzan Kadyrov appoints daughter as Deputy Minister of Culture

Twenty-one-year-old Aishat Kadyrova previously headed the Firdaws fashion house.

Caucasus governments remain silent on Belarus crackdown

Several leaders from the Caucasus courted controversy by being among only a handful of world leaders to congratulate the Belarusian President.

Caucasus governments remain silent on Belarus crackdown

Several leaders from the Caucasus courted controversy by being among only a handful of world leaders to congratulate the Belarusian President.

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