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New Disappearance in Ingushetia

Submitted by on Wednesday, 1 September 2010.    854 views No Comment
New Disappearance in Ingushetia

According to the Human Rights Center “Memorial”, on August 25, 2010 at about 3 p.m. in the town of Karabulak in the Republic of Ingushetia, Magomed Kureyshovich Aushev, born in 1988, left his home at 2-28 Oskanova Street and never returned.

He was scheduled to meet a female relative and discuss employment during a holiday. Magomed is a fourth-year student of the external department of law faculty of Ingush State University, where he works as a laboratory assistant. Concerned about Magomed’s long absence, his relatives tried reaching him on his cell, but it was turned off.

On August 26, his mother Lidya Ausheva, contacted HRC Memorial’s office in the town of Nazran by means of a written statement.

As of August 31, Magomed Aushev’s whereabouts still have not been discovered.

Ingushetia residents have addressed HRC “Memorial” with information about their relatives’ disappearances under uncertain circumstances before. Thus, on July 24, a Karabulak resident named Sultan Gazdiev, born in 1990, disappeared; on July 26, a resident of Ali-Yurt village, Magomed Aushev, born in 1976 (his dead body was later found on the outskirts of Plievo village); and on July 29, a resident of Sukhrari village, Ibragim Muzolgov, born in 1986, left home and never returned.

*Text was translated by Waynakh Online and edited by Michael Capobianco

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