A Chechen warlord accused Chechnya's pro-Kremlin leader on Thursday of having ordered the assassination of the warlord's brother and vowed to take revenge. The victim, Ruslan B. Yamadayev, a former member of the Russian Parliament and a one-time Chechen rebel fighter, was shot to death in Moscow late Wednesday. At his funeral Thursday in the town of Gudermes, in Chechnya, Mr. Yamadayev's brother, Sulim, said he held the Chechen president, Ramzan A. Kadyrov, responsible. "I promise to take revenge after the end of the holy month of Ramadan," Sulim Yamadayev said. Speaking later on Russian television, Mr. Kadyrov denied involvement in the killing.
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