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Four Chechens Abducted in Moscow

Submitted by on Wednesday, 16 February 2011.    1,115 views No Comment
Four Chechens Abducted in Moscow

According to Russian media, four Chechens were abducted at Kiev Railway Station in Moscow, Russia.

On the morning of February 16, three Chechen men and a Chechen woman were taken off of a Moscow-Kishinev train by federal intelligence agencies at Kiev Railway Station in Moscow. Russian media claims that the four hostages are suspects in a terrorist plot. However, representatives of the puppet regime in Russian occupied Chechen Republic of Ichkeria rejected these allegations.

The names of hostages are: Ramzan Khaliyev, born in 1982; Ruslan Yusupov, born in 1979; Khasan Nazhayev, born in 1983; and Angela Batalova, born in 1972.

According to early information, Ramzan Khaliyev’s real name is Khasu Batalov. He is accused of being a former fighter in 2010.

Recall that Kiev Railway Station had appeared in the media just a few days ago after Dmitri Medvedev’s sudden visit and criticisms about the lack of proper security measures. It seems that the local authorities are trying to fix problems and save their jobs. However, the hostages were trying to run away from Russian occupied Chechen Republic of Ichkeria and Russia, in order to apply for asylum in a European country.

It is foreseen that the hostages were sent into the bloody hands of the puppet regime in the Russian occupied Chechen territory, but there is no clear information about their fate yet.

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

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