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Popular Cleric Poses a Threat to Ingushetia’s Leader

posted by eagle on August, 2013 as INGUSHETIA


August 1, 2013 03:32 PM Age: 14 hrs

Popular Cleric Poses a Threat to Ingushetia’s Leader

By: Mairbek Vatchagaev
After a year of sparring with Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov over several dozen hectares of disputed land, the president of Ingushetia decided to distinguish himself in yet another field. According to official information, Yunus-Bek Yevkurov has been strenuously trying to purge the republican interior ministry’s ranks of personnel who may be connected to or sympathetic to Ingush rebels.
 
Ingush Interior Minister Alexander Trofimov, who is an ethnic Russian, noted at a recent ministry meeting that a third of all registered crimes in the republic during the first six months of 2013 were categorized as "grave” (www.regnum.ru/news/kavkaz/ingush/1687366.html). The minister also said that in the same period, 343 police officers were prosecuted for various offenses, 20 of whom were fired. For such a small republic, these figures are quite significant, and comprise nearly 10 percent of the total ...

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Apparently Eying Another Term, Yevkurov Launches PR Campaign

posted by eagle on December, 2012 as INGUSHETIA


Apparently Eying Another Term, Yevkurov Launches PR Campaign



Publication: Eurasia Daily Monitor Volume: 9 Issue: 224
December 7, 2012 04:27 PM Age: 9 hrs





Yunus-Bek Yevkurov (Source: Vestnik Kavkaza)

The end of November was packed with events for the head of the small North Caucasusian republic of Ingushetia. On November 22–23, Yunus-Bek Yevkurov visited Kazakhstan, where he met people from the local Ingush diaspora. The Ingush diaspora came to existence in Kazakhstan following the deportation of the Ingush and Chechen peoples from the North Caucasus by Joseph Stalin in 1944. During his talks with the Ingush of Kazakhstan, Yevkurov tried to convince them that there were no obstacles from the authorities for their return to Prigorodny district, the disputed area between Ingushetia and North Ossetia (http://wordyou.ru/v-islame/evkurov-posetil-ingushskuyu-mechet-astany.html). 

Yevkurov presented some business projects in Kazakhstan that attracted no interest from Kazakhstani companies, which are fairly well aware of the violent situation in Ingushetia. He then made ...


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Insurgents and Protesters Alike Challenge Ingush Authorities

posted by eagle on October, 2012 as INGUSHETIA


Insurgents and Protesters Alike Challenge Ingush Authorities

Publication: Eurasia Daily Monitor Volume: 9 Issue: 185
October 11, 2012 03:57 PM 




Ingushetian picketer demonstrates in Moscow, October 3 (Source: Caucasian Knot)


October in Ingushetia started off in the usual way, with routine shootouts and attacks on military personnel. There were, however, more important events for the republican government to attend to, such as the picketing that the Ingush opposition managed to stage in Moscow. The governor of Ingushetia, Yunus-Bek Yevkurov, was perhaps among those least willing to see such protest activity in Moscow. When members of the Ingush opposition tried to stage protests in Moscow in May demanding Yevkurov’s resignation, the Ingush leader became hysterical, going on TV to call the organizers of the protests indecent people and stating that true Ingush people would never do such a thing. Yevkurov further demanded that the relatives of the protesters bring the protesters’ activities under control ...


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Ingushetia Resembles a Dormant Volcano of Problems

posted by eagle on July, 2012 as INGUSHETIA


Ingushetia Resembles a Dormant Volcano of Problems

Publication: Eurasia Daily Monitor Volume: 9 Issue: 139
July 23, 2012 03:42 PM 

Emir Magas, former head of the Ingush jamaat (Source: israhaber.com)

Recent events in Ingushetia, the smallest republic of the North Caucasus, have forced observers not to discount the Ingush armed resistance’s capabilities. In 2011, there were 108 casualties in the ongoing conflict in Ingushetia, including 70 dead and 38 injured. That was three times fewer casualties than in 2010, when Emir Magas was still leading the insurgency in the republic. However, since the start of 2012 and as of June 17, some 25 people have been killed in the conflict, with 30 wounded and up to 10 kidnapped (www.kavkaz-uzel.ru/articles/122475). The militants suffered the greatest number of casualties – 18 killed and 8 wounded. Four civilians were killed and 11 injured in the same period, during which 20 explosions took place, including cases in ...


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Rebel Activity Rebounds in Ingushetia

posted by eagle on April, 2012 as INGUSHETIA


Rebel Activity Rebounds in Ingushetia

Publication: Eurasia Daily Monitor Volume: 9 Issue: 74
April 13, 2012 06:02 PM 








Security forces in Ingushetia launched a special operation today (April 13) in a portion of the republic’s Sunzha district where a group of militants was reportedly encircled. A group of around ten alleged militants were reportedly blockaded yesterday (April 12) in a wooded area near the Sunzha district settlements of Alkun, Muzhichi, Arshty, Dattykh and Galashki. A source in the republic’s security structure was quoted as saying that security forces fired on the area with mortars (www.ria.ru, www.kavkaz-uzel.ru, April 13).

Earlier, security forces launched a special operation against a group of militants discovered in a wooded area in the mountains on the administrative border between Chechnya and Ingushetia. On April 10, the Kavkazsky Uzel website quoted a source in the Chechen Interior Ministry as saying that the special operation had ended without results and ...


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