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Maksharip Aushev was Killed in Nalchik

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Maksharip Aushev was Killed in Nalchik

Maksharip Aushev, former opposition leader and former owner of dissident website, was killed today morning in Nalchik, the capital of Kabardino-Balkaria Republic.

“Some unknown armed people shot to Aushev’s car with automatic rifles in Nalchik, capital of Ingushetia’s neighbouring country Kabardino-Balkaria. After the attack, they ran away with their car. Maksharip Aushev died because he had wounded seriously with bullets” said Magomed Khazbiev, another well-known opposition leader of Ingushetia. He didn’t reported more information.

Authorities from Kabardino-Balkaria have confirmed to the killing of Maksharip Aushev. “It occured today morning around at 9.30 Moscow times, near village Nartan Chegemskogo which is 10 km far away from Nazran. A woman passenger (his cousin) who was in the car with Maksharip Aushev, was injured and taken to the hospital” said a local authorithy.

Maksharip AushevEarlier we mentioned that the kidnapping attemp to Maksharip Aushev. Ingush oppositon was warning about an attack preparation against Aushev.

Only a few days ago, we have published a new short documentary movie which name is “Russian’s Hidden War“, and reporter was describing to fear of Maksharip Aushev.

Maksharip Aushev was born in February 16, 1966 in Surkhakhi village of Nazran. He graduated from Agriculture Institute in Vladikavkaz and worked as manager of various companies. Maksharip Aushev became owner of the dissident website, after the murdering of the site’s founder, Magomed Yevloyev in August 2008. After Murat Zyazikov, President of Ingushetia was replaced in November 2008; Aushev relinquished the site, which then sided with the new president, Yunusbek Yevkurov. Maksharip Aushev was a member of the expert council of the office of Russia’s human rights ombudsman. Aushev was married and has five children.

Photo screens of Aushev’s car after the attack:


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