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JUNE 2008


Fierce clash in Nazran

posted by zaina19 on June, 2008 as INGUSHETIA


From: eagle_wng

Fierce clash in Nazran
Publication time: 28 June 2008, 14:11

Sources from the Province of Ingushetia, The Caucasus Emirate, reported that early morning of Jumada Al-Akhirah 24, 1429 (June 28, 2008), a fierce clash took place in the center of capital city of Nazran. The eyewitnesses reported about powerful explosions and shootings from automatic rifles and machineguns.

Neither the command of the Russian invaders, nor their local accomplices would report anything about the incident. Russian mass media ...
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KC: Gang Leader Of Puppet City Police, Pro-Russian Accomplice Colonel Aliyev...

posted by FerrasB on as DAGESTAN


From: Eagle_wng

Gang leader of puppet city police, pro-Russian accomplice colonel Aliyev shot in Shamilkala
Publication time: 24 June 2008, 08:15

Sources of the Russian invaders in the capital of Province of Dagestan, Shamilkala (former Makhachkala) reported that the Caucasus Armed Forces (Mujahideen) attacked a Mercedes 500 with gang leader of Buinaksk pro-Russian police department on board. The pro-Russian accomplice in the rank of a colonel, Magomed Arip-Aliyev died on the spot from the gunshot wounds sustained in ...
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KC: Dagestan. Mujahideen Command Makes Official Rebuttal

posted by FerrasB on as DAGESTAN


From: Eagle_wng


Dagestan. Mujahideen Command makes official rebuttal
Publication time: 26 June 2008, 11:05

Kavkaz Center's editorial staff received a brief report denying the information spread by the pro-Russian accomplices and Russian kuffar (infidels/invaders) claiming that the Caucasus troops (Mujahideen) allegedly threatened to kill the imam of the mosque in the village of Lower Kazanishe (Nizhnee Kazanishche).

Local pro-Russian apostates claim that the Mujahideen allegedly sent a note to the mosque's imam containing a threat of retaliation.

The e-mail received ...
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Caucasian Knot: Krasnodar Journalists Strive To Release Sergey Rozhkov

posted by eagle on as SHAPSUGIA


From: Eagle_wng  (Original Message) Sent: 6/27/2008 9:25 AM
CAUCASIAN KNOT / NEWS

25/6/2008

Krasnodar journalists strive to release their colleague Sergey Rozhkov

Journalists of Krasnodar have sent an appeal to Alexei Simonov, President of the Foundation in Defence of Glasnost, with a request to inquire the Dean of Journalism Department of the Kuban State University and Chair of the Union of Journalists of Kuban, why ...


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Conference "Caucasus Studies In The Fields Of Migration – Society – Language"

posted by eagle on as CONFERENCES


rom: psychoteddybear24  (Original Message)     Sent: 6/27/2008 1:44 AM
Conference "Caucasus Studies in the fields of Migration – Society – Language"
28 – 30 November 2008, Malmoe University, Sweden
 The conference brings together researchers in Caucasus studies for a discussion of current developments in the region. How are these dynamics to be understood and explained from political, anthropological, historical, linguistic and cultural perspectives? We welcome multidisciplinary papers and also encourage presentatiosn of research in progress.
Papers will be organized ...
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CS Monitor: Georgia and Russia can avoid war – if the West helps

posted by FerrasB on as ABKHAZIA


From: MSN Nicknamepsychoteddybear24  (Original Message)    Sent: 6/27/2008 2:00 PM
Georgia and Russia can avoid war – if the West helps
War could mean more pressure on already sky-high oil prices.
By Kenneth Yalowitz and William Courtney

from the June 27, 2008 edition

Hanover, N.H.; and Washington - Russia may be provoking a war with Georgia in a territorial dispute over Abkhazia.

Some say Moscow's provocations are merely an effort to prevent Georgia from joining NATO, which it was promised at the ...
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IHT: Russian president meets leader of Georgia's breakaway province of Abkhazia

posted by FerrasB on as ABKHAZIA


From: MSN Nicknamepsychoteddybear24  (Original Message)    Sent: 6/27/2008 2:00 PM
Russian president meets leader of Georgia's breakaway province of Abkhazia

The Associated Press
Thursday, June 26, 2008

MOSCOW: Russian President Dmitry Medvedev met on Thursday with the leader of Georgia's breakaway province of Abkhazia, which recently has been the focus of rising tensions in the region.

Medvedev and Sergei Bagapsh, Abkhazia's separatist president, discussed issues related to settlement of the conflict, the Kremlin said in a terse statement.

"Bagapsh underlined the outstanding ...
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Ingushetia’s Forces Accused of Abuses

posted by zaina19 on as INGUSHETIA


From: eagle_wng

Friday, June 27, 2008
Ingushetia’s Forces Accused of Abuses

By Mansur Mirovalev

The Associated Press

MOSCOW — Security forces are responsible for widespread human rights abuses in Ingushetia, Human Rights Watch said in a report released Wednesday.

The New York-based rights group says it has documented dozens of summary and arbitrary detentions, acts of torture, disappearances and extrajudicial executions committed by security forces combating insurgents in the republic.

“The crimes in Ingushetia, although on a far smaller scale, evoke the ...
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WOE: Russian Judges Aren’t Independent And Russians Don’t Trust Them, Surveys...

posted by FerrasB on as IMPOSED POLICY


From: Eagle_wng

Thursday, June 26, 2008
Window on Eurasia: Russian Judges Aren’t Independent and Russians Don’t Trust Them, Surveys Show
Paul Goble

Vienna, June 26 –Russia’s judges are not yet the balanced and independent actors they are supposed to be, according to a survey conducted by Moscow’s Independent Legal Experts Council, and as of today, relatively few Russians look to them as the best place for the resolution of their problems, according to a poll released last week.
Yesterday’s “Novyye ...
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