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The Cost of Truth: Russian Journalist Elena Maglevannaya’s Story
Friday, 3 Sep, 2010 – 12:02 | No Comment
The Cost of Truth: Russian Journalist Elena Maglevannaya’s Story

For her reporting, Elena Maglevannaya was accused of libel, found guilty by a court, sentenced to publish a refutation and pay an approximately $6,5000 penalty. Maglevannaya had never seen that much money in her entire …

Chechnya: The Assassination of Journalist Natalya Estemirova
Friday, 3 Sep, 2010 – 11:40 | No Comment
Chechnya: The Assassination of Journalist Natalya Estemirova

Extremely brave is the first characteristic you hear when interviewing people who had known Natalya Estemirova as a colleague, friend, journalist and human rights advocate.

Natalya Estemirova: One Year On
Saturday, 24 Jul, 2010 – 12:48 | No Comment
Natalya Estemirova: One Year On

On 15 July 2009 Natasha Estemirova was kidnapped outside her flat in Grozny, bundled into a car, driven away and shot. One year later Tanya Lokshina, Russia Researcher of Human Rights Watch, still grieves for …

Murder in Vienna Leads Investigators to Kadirov
Friday, 25 Jun, 2010 – 21:47 | No Comment
Murder in Vienna Leads Investigators to Kadirov

In January 2009, an asylum seeker from Chechnya was gunned down in front of a supermarket in Vienna. Austrian investigators now say that their inquiries have led them to suspect that [puppet] Chechen President Ramzan …

Muslim: A Wolf Among “Les Bleus”
Tuesday, 22 Jun, 2010 – 19:27 | No Comment
Muslim: A Wolf Among “Les Bleus”

A wrestler of Cavigal club from Nice, Muslim Saypulayev is a fully integration example. The Chechen origine athlete, Muslim, fights with “Les Bleus” (France National Team).

“It is More Horrible to Wait for Your Killers Than to be Killed!”
Thursday, 10 Jun, 2010 – 19:55 | No Comment
“It is More Horrible to Wait for Your Killers Than to be Killed!”

When I met Aslan Daudov, a 30-year-old Chechen asylum seeker whose name has been changed here on his request, he was afraid that he would be deported within a couple of hours to Poland. He …

The Kremlin’s Chechen Dragon
Saturday, 29 May, 2010 – 16:00 | No Comment
The Kremlin’s Chechen Dragon

In the summer of 2004, two years and four months before she was gunned down in the entrance to her Moscow apartment, Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya made a bold visit to Chechnya to interview 27-year-old …

Brothers, Bread and the Bosphorus
Saturday, 22 May, 2010 – 13:55 | No Comment
Brothers, Bread and the Bosphorus

Most of the 1,500 Chechen refugees who have been living in Turkey for years are yet to be given official refugee status by the Turkish government. Without that status, they are not permitted by law …

Graffiti: “Poland for the Poles!”
Tuesday, 27 Apr, 2010 – 20:13 | 2 Comments
Graffiti: “Poland for the Poles!”

Europe is not safe for everyone. Neo-Nazi attacks took away a Chechen asylum seeker family from Poland to Finland, but now the family has to leave from Finland. Oksana Chelysheva wrote about the rising xenophobia, …

An Accidental Career Helping in Chechnya
Sunday, 25 Apr, 2010 – 13:34 | No Comment
An Accidental Career Helping in Chechnya

Gistam Sakaeva’s career in humanitarian work began, in 1995, “by accident” in the refugee camps of Dagestan during the First Russian-Chechen War.

The Sixty Sixth Commemoration of the Chechen Deportation of 1944
Tuesday, 23 Feb, 2010 – 0:01 | One Comment
The Sixty Sixth Commemoration of the Chechen Deportation of 1944

The world doesn’t know much about the Russian Genocide of the Chechen people in 1944.The details of this monstrosity is contained in a book written in 1970 by Robert Conquest and titled “Nation Killers.” Other …

Novy Aldy – Before and After
Sunday, 7 Feb, 2010 – 19:20 | No Comment
Novy Aldy – Before and After

The weather in early February 2000 was nasty, cold and grey. It was as if nature were responding to the horror of what was taking place and to the fear that was spilling over everywhere.

Families of Disappeared Accuse Moscow of Dirty War
Sunday, 10 Jan, 2010 – 12:52 | No Comment
Families of Disappeared Accuse Moscow of Dirty War

Aliskhan Pliyev was talking on his cell phone with his girlfriend one autumn afternoon when two dozen masked men in uniforms stormed into his family’s house, grabbed him and began to hustle him away.

Chechens Mark Ten Years of Exile
Saturday, 2 Jan, 2010 – 15:18 | No Comment
Chechens Mark Ten Years of Exile

A decade after they fled their homeland, Chechens in Georgia still fear it is unsafe to go back.

The Caucasian Hostage
Sunday, 13 Dec, 2009 – 16:22 | No Comment
The Caucasian Hostage

With Andrei Babitsky I met in the first war in 1995. He arrived in Ichkeria which was already in full swing in the war. It was in the Vedeno region where the position of the …

Pankisi Valley: “The Chechens are the Bravest Men”
Saturday, 21 Nov, 2009 – 14:08 | One Comment
Pankisi Valley: “The Chechens are the Bravest Men”

Three weeks ago Alexander Bortnikov, the head of Russia’s federal security service, accused Georgia of harbouring Al Qaeda extremists in Pankisi. No terrorists have been discovered either by the numerous reporters who have travelled to …

Remembering Beslan: A Crime Against Humanity
Sunday, 4 Oct, 2009 – 0:55 | No Comment
Remembering Beslan: A Crime Against Humanity

Five years have passed since pro-Chechen terrorists seized School No. 1 in Beslan, a city in the North Caucasus, provoking a hostage crisis that ended in the massacre of 146 adults and 186 children. But …

“There is No One to Protect Us”: A Human Rights Campaigner’s Chilling Last Interview
Monday, 21 Sep, 2009 – 20:16 | 2 Comments
“There is No One to Protect Us”: A Human Rights Campaigner’s Chilling Last Interview

Award-winning human rights activist Natalya Estemirova was determined to expose some of the shocking abuses taking place in Chechnya – but just weeks after giving this moving interview to BBC radio correspondent Lucy Ash, Natalya’s …

None Dare Call It Conspiracy
Monday, 7 Sep, 2009 – 13:45 | One Comment
None Dare Call It Conspiracy

Out of fear of angering the government of Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, executives at US publishing group Condé Nast have taken extreme measures to censor a story in GQ magazine about the Russian government’s …

Step by Step
Sunday, 30 Aug, 2009 – 21:09 | No Comment
Step by Step

Zula is tall, with beautiful eyes, light brown, gazing from under dark blue eyelashes. Little pieces of paper are covering the cork board above her desk like thick ivy: “Thank you, Zula”, and mainly “I …

Home Search
Sunday, 16 Aug, 2009 – 14:52 | No Comment
Home Search

We present you an article which is a story of the Finnish human rights activist who was trying to help Chechen refugees, the innocent victims of Russian dirty war in Chechnya since 1994.

Open Letter to Abdullah Gul!
Monday, 27 Jul, 2009 – 22:23 | 4 Comments
Open Letter to Abdullah Gul!

We present you to an open letter of Said Emin Ibragimov, the Chairman of International Association for Peace and Human Rights to Abdullah Gul, the President of Republic of Turkey. We ask our readers to …