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Stalin’s Great Crime in the Caucasus
February 23 marked the 75th anniversary of the deportation of the entire Chechen and Ingush population on orders from Josef Stalin.
‘Not Made of Steel’: Kadyrov Briefly Cedes Power Over Health Scare
The Chechen leader said he caught a common cold that forced him to temporarily hand over power last week.
Ramzan Kadyrov’s Next Target (Op-ed)
Chechnya’s recent move to grab territory from neighboring Ingushetia is unlikely to be its last.
Kadyrov's Instagram Account Briefly Unblocked, Posts Ode to Guns
"GUN. How much I need to say about you, my friend. As if in this silence there is only you and I," Kadyrov posted before getting blocked again.
Leader of Russia's Chechnya Pledges to Ban Human Rights Activists
Kadyrov said he would impose "sanctions" against rights advocates because they were "preventing our people from living in peace."
Russian Comedian's Song Mocking World Cup Team Goes Viral
A Russian comic's song has gone viral, angering some fans and politicians.
While Mo Salah Sleeps in Grozny (Op-ed)
The World Cup is another chance for Putin to shore up ties with regimes in the Middle East at the West’s expense.
Chechen Leader Announces Mass DNA Tests to Repatriate Russian Children From Iraq
Iraq has held around 150 Russian women and children since the defeat of Islamic State last year.
Iraq Returns 27 Russian Children Home From Islamic State
Around 65 Russian children and 36 women remain detained in Iraq.
Kadyrov Wishes 'Superhero' Putin a Lifelong Presidency
Putin caught a cold and limited his public appearances while continuing to work this week.
Car Torched in Third Attack on Memorial Human Right Group in North Caucasus
Memorial said it was part of a campaign to drive the group out of the volatile region.
Kadyrov Links Facebook Ban to Trump’s Decision on Jerusalem
Kadyrov also criticized Facebook for being an “instrument in the hands of the U.S. authorities.”
Facebook Blocks Kadyrov’s Accounts Over U.S. Sanctions
Kadyrov was blocked after being sanctioned for human rights violations by the U.S.
First Chechen to Come Out as Gay Says Public Apology Was Forced
Eskarkhanov apologized on Chechen state television for telling Time magazine that he was persecuted
Chechen Leader Ramzan Kadyrov Laughs Off U.S. Sanctions
Kadyrov was placed on the U.S. Magnitsky list on Wednesday
U.S. Slaps Magnitsky Sanctions on Chechen Leader Ramzan Kadyrov Over Gay Purge
But Kadyrov says there are no gay men in Chechnya
Kremlin Pours Cold Water on Kadyrov's Retirement Plans
This is not the first time that Kadyrov has announced his resignation
News From Russia: What You Missed Over the Weekend
Ramzan Kadyrov says it is his 'dream' to step down. Russian footballers implicated in state doping scheme. Apple channels the Orthodox Chruch.
Russian MMA Union Fights to Ban Underage Bouts
Russia’s mixed martial arts union wants to ban fights involving children under the age of 12 after a recent tournament south of Moscow featured 6-year-old...
Men Shown as Proof of Life by Officials Were Actually Missing Chechens’ Brothers
Two men presented to Russia’s human rights ombudswoman as evidence that individuals which have been reported missing are still alive, were actually their...
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