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Chechen teenager gives tearful public apology to Kadyrov

Chechen state TV broadcast the video of a 16-year-old boy apologising in tears to Kadyrov for criticising local officials.

Chechen teenager gives tearful public apology to Kadyrov

Chechen state TV broadcast the video of a 16-year-old boy apologising in tears to Kadyrov for criticising local officials.

Ingush activist ‘beaten up’ in Nalchik detention centre

Bagaudin Myakiyev, an activist against the Ingush-Chechen land deal, is on hunger strike against his treatment.

Ingush activist ‘beaten up’ in Nalchik detention centre

Bagaudin Myakiyev, an activist against the Ingush-Chechen land deal, is on hunger strike against his treatment.

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.

Chechnya and Daghestan suspend border demarcation

The move comes a month after Chechnya ‘unilaterally’ registered parts of Daghestan as within their own territory.

Chechnya and Daghestan suspend border demarcation

The move comes a month after Chechnya ‘unilaterally’ registered parts of Daghestan as within their own territory.

Daghestani authorities protest ‘unilateral’ border demarcation by Chechnya

Chechnya registered an area of around 80 hectares of land in Daghestan’s Kizlyar District as their own.

Daghestani authorities protest ‘unilateral’ border demarcation by Chechnya

Chechnya registered an area of around 80 hectares of land in Daghestan’s Kizlyar District as their own.

Chechnya’s Daudov visits Daghestan for border talks

The talks come months after a land deal between Chechnya and Ingushetia led to mass protests in the latter.

Chechnya’s Daudov visits Daghestan for border talks

The talks come months after a land deal between Chechnya and Ingushetia led to mass protests in the latter.

Two people ‘tortured to death’ in new wave of queer persecutions in Chechnya

At least 40 people have been detained in a new wave of state persecutions of queer people in the Russian republic, activists say.

Two people ‘tortured to death’ in new wave of queer persecutions in Chechnya

At least 40 people have been detained in a new wave of state persecutions of queer people in the Russian republic, activists say.

Russian court rules Chechen–Ingush land swap legal

The verdict contradicted a ruling by Ingushetia’s constitutional court that the deal required public approval in a referendum.

Russian court rules Chechen–Ingush land swap legal

The verdict contradicted a ruling by Ingushetia’s constitutional court that the deal required public approval in a referendum.

Chechnya: a dangerous silence

Many families in Chechnya tell of young male relatives who have either disappeared without trace or are being held in detention, suggesting such cases are not rare.

Chechnya: a dangerous silence

By Ivan Ignatyev

Many families in Chechnya tell of young male relatives who have either disappeared without trace or are being held in detention, suggesting such cases are not rare.

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