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OC Media Jun 11
w/: A group of young men in demolished a sign saying ‘Chechen Republic Shelkovsky District’ recently installed on the outskirts of Kizlyar, a town near the border with . Read more on the border controversy:
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Kaukasischer Knoten Jun 13
June 13, Aachen. Meeting dedicated to the memory of Khamzat Khamkarov who became one of the symbols of revolution in Checheno-Ingush Republic and national-freedom Movement of Caucasus in 1991.
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X2864890806433289639998444488544399753636237433635 Jun 10
Replying to @NBCNews
offered weapons to invade
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BusinessCentralAsia Jun 13
In Russia's Muslim republic of , women have launched their own taxi service to avoid the discomfort and cultural pitfalls of riding with male drivers. A United Arab Emirates-based fund hopes the service will promote Islamic "norms and traditions."
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Kaukasischer Knoten Jun 13
Application for asylum of M. Abdurakhmanov in Germany was rejected. Because his brother Tumso is a well-known blogger, the clan liability also applies to him. As Kadyrov said: »Our custom is that the brother is responsible for his brother.«
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Caucasus Archives 2h
Portrait of a young man. The second half of the 19th century.
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Suhail Jun 15
Replying to @Junaidbhat09
Another legend who fought from same area😐
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OC Media Jun 12
w/: ’s head Ramzan Kadyrov threatened to break the fingers and tear out the tounges of ‘provocateurs’ who were ‘insulting his family and people’ online following border controversy with near Kizlyar. Video: Chechnya Syevodnya.
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Richard Blaber Jun 15
Replying to @JimmySecUK
The regime can apparently do no wrong in 's eyes. So what if they hang gay teens (teenagers as well as men!) from cranes in public? Has he condemned that? If so, when? Has he spoken out about the treatment of the in ? ?
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Kaukasischer Knoten Jun 14
Replying to @Koban_Kaukasus
Last but not least in the week of the attack on Movsar German media is silent again like in the case of Minkail in March 2019. Crimes against Chechens seem not to be interesting for this kind of reporters.
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Michel Forst SR HRD Jun 11
: Excellent news regarding the situation of Oyub Titiev. We are now waiting for all charges to be dropped. He must also be given access to an effective remedy
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xiga waguay Jun 10
perhaps may be ripe territory for Anti-Russian sentiment and a return to true fear of communist central control!
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HALLYU WEBSITE Jun 8
Replying to @ufc @NinaAnsaroff and 5 others
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Fabiana Leibl Jun 11
A welcomed decision by the Shalin Court in the trumped-up case of !
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Kaukasischer Knoten Jun 12
btw both have been asked after the attack in December 2018 to write about EU. Only ZDF story copied with FSB agent out of service since years but no word about the numerous trips of Daudov & Vismuradov or attacks.
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Mariya Parodi Jun 10
Some rare good news today from :
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EU at OSCE Jun 15
calls on to ensure that, upon release on parole, is free to resume his professional activities, free from fear of persecution & harassment. EU will continue to monitor the situation in very closely 2/2
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Caucasian Knot Jun 15
“Watch your mouth, watch your fingers, otherwise we'll break your fingers, and tear out your tongues”. This is how the Head of commented the demolition of the Chechen road sign on the Dagestani VIDEO:
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Varvara Pakhomenko Jun 10
Court decided to release Oyub Titiev, Head of Memorial office in , after spending 17 months in prison being accused of drug using.
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Caucasian Knot Jun 16
Researchers compare "Akhmatization" of Chechnya with cults of Soviet leaders More:
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