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Chechnya suggests its warlord leader Ramzan Kadyrov is just having some alone time, as Russian media reports he is in the hospital with coronavirus
Kadyrov posted photos of himself at a gym and smelling flowers in an apparent effort to show he is not sick. However, they seem to be old photos.
2 notoriously unstable regions of Russia could be sitting on a coronavirus outbreak far worse than they admit
Russia's neighbours fear Russia's regions of Ingushetia and Chechnya could be concealing worse outbreaks than what the country is reporting.
The threat was taken as credible because of Kadyrov's long history of allegedly murdering people who displease him.
An anti-Putin blogger fought off a hammer-wielding assassin in what looks like the latest in a string of bloody attacks on dissidents in Europe
The apparent attack on Tumso Abdurakhmanov comes after other Chechen dissidents in France and Germany were killed in recent months.
The man suspected of killing an anti-Putin blogger in France fled to Moscow afterwards, and is linked to one of Putin’s closest allies, police s...
Imran Aliev was found stabbed in a hotel in Lille, France. A police source told Insider that his suspected killer flew to Moscow via Germany.
An anti-Putin blogger had his throat cut in a French hotel, and the killing has the hallmarks of the Russian hit squad causing chaos in Europe
Imran Aliev, 44, a Chechen blogger who opposed both Vladimir Putin and Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov, was found dead in Lille, France, last week.
A horrific LGBT purge in a Russian region ruled by an ‘Instagram-addicted’ warlord has killed 2 more people, activists say
Some 40 gay men and women were detained and tortured in the latest purge in Chechnya, the Russian LGBT Network said.
A veteran Ukrainian sniper whose husband was accused of plotting to kill Putin was shot dead near Kiev
She saved her husband in June in the first attempt on his life but was killed on Monday in the second attempt.
"Even if our government was completely destroyed, our nuclear missiles would be automatically deployed," said Ramzan Kadyrov, the leader of Chechnya.
Russia wants to get jihadists out of Russia, where they might attack the homeland, and send them into Syria.