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Young Chechen Disappears Under Mysterious Circumstances

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Young Chechen Disappears Under Mysterious Circumstances

Local sources have reported that a young Chechen man has been disappeared in the Russian occupied Chechen Republic of Ichkeria.

According to the information, 24 year old Chechen villager called “Sarali”, a resident from the village of Mairtup in the district of Kurchaloy, left his house to go to Dagestan on October 17. He was last seen on the outskirts of the village when he was on the road, waiting for the minibus. Moreover, he had two mobile phones, but both of them were turned off a few hours after his departure from his house. Since then his fate is unknown.

“On October 17, he told his mother that he was going to the city of Khasavyurt in Dagestan to visit his friends. He was last seen while waiting for a minibus on the outskirts of our village. But what happened to him, where he is now, nobody knows,” said Suleiman, a villager from Mairtup.

Another villager named Ramzan points out possible complicity. “His relatives did everything possible to find out if he drove to Khasavurt or another destination, but so far they have found nothing. With such a sudden disappearance, you can expect anything and it is worrying because we have often heard similar cases about disappearances of our young boys, and after two or three months, they have been declared as destroyed militants in a special operation,” said Ramzan.

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

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