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Archived News on the Situation in Chechnya

Newsbriefs from Chechnya - A collaborative of IDEE and the Informational Center "NGO Counsel" of Chechnya from January - March, 2003
 
 
  • Dispatches From Chechnya (Reports from Chechen Correspondents)

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  • Russia's Whistle Blower By David Hearst (The Guardian, March 16, 2002)

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  • U.S. State Department Annual Human Rights Report 2001: Russia (March 4, 2002)

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  • Abuse and Lawlessness Continue in Chechnya (Human Rights Watch, February 28, 2002)

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  • Swept Under: Torture, Forced Disappearances, and extrajudicial Killings During Sweep Operations in Chechnya (Human Rights Watch, February 2002)

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  • War reporter falls victim to Russian smear campaign By Ian Traynor (The Guardian, February 22, 2002)

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  • Medecins sans Frontieres Report: Chechnya/Ingushetia: Vulnerable Persons Denied Assistance (January 2002)

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  • Tiptoe Diplomacy By Fred Hiatt (The Washington Post, January 28, 2002)

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  • Putin Said to Exploit U.S. War Interview with Chechen Foreign Minister Ilyas Akhmadov By David R. Sands (Washington Times, January 25, 2002)

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  • Russians Accused of Abuses in Chechnya By Sharon LaFraniere (Washington Post, January 22, 2002)

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  • Russia: Did the Kremlin Bomb Moscow? By Vladimir Kovalyev (transitions Online, January 15-21, 2002)

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  • Civilians Continue to Flee Violence in Chechnya Medecins sans Frontieres Calls Upon UNHCR to Improve Living Conditions of Displaced Chechens in Ingushetia (January 16, 2002)

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  • Activists Document Chechen Killings By Maura Reynolds (Los Angeles Times, January 16, 2002)

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  • People in Need Foundation Situation Report on Conditions in Chechnya and Ingushetia (September-October 2001)

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  • Why Chechnya is Different (Washington Post, October 4, 2001)

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  • Allies With Agendas By Jackson Diehl (Washington Post, September 17, 2001)

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  • Casualties of a ferocious conflict By Olivia Ward (Toronto Star, August 15, 2001)

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  • Chechen march broken up by Russian military By Anna Badkhen (San Francisco Chronicle, August 3, 2001)

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  • Military tightens restrictions on journalists in Chechnya (Committee to Protect Journalists, July 27, 2001)

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  • Don't Mention the War  By Jonathan Steele (The Guardian, July 19, 2001)

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  • Chechen bomb suspects take the dock: Some Think Moscow's Security Forces had a role in Bombings Blamed on Terrorists from the Rebel Region By Amelia Gentleman (The Guardian, July 12, 2001)

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  • Ethnic Persecution of Chechens in the Russian Federation (USCJ, July 9, 2001)

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  • Russia's Top Chechen Official Berates Army By Amelia Gentleman (The Guardian, July 11, 2001)

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  • 'Cleansing' Operation in Chechnya Blasted by Moscow-Installed Chief By Susan B. Glasser (The Washington Post, July 10, 2001)

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  • New Round of Russian Sweep Operations Triggers Outflow of Civilians (Human Rights Watch, July 6, 2001)

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  • Putin now mired in Chechnya By David Filipov (Boston Globe, June 21, 2001)

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  • Russia prepares to draw more blood in Chechnya By Ian Traynor (The Guardian, June 7, 2001)

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  • Kremlin Confirms Hundreds Missing in Chechnya By Amelia Gentleman (The Guardian, June 5, 2001)

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  • Defiance of Russia only deepens in Chechnya By Scott Peterson (Christian Science Monitor, May 22, 2001)

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  • Russia Fetes the 'Hero' Colonel who Killed Girl in ChechnyaBy Patrick Cockburn (The Independent, May 19, 2001)

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  • Saikhan's Saga: A Chechen family's search for a missing father By Scott Peterson (Christian Science Monitor, May 16, 2001)

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  • On the beat in battered Grozny By Scott Peterson (Christian Science Monitor, May 2, 2001)

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  • Chechen villagers live in fear of impoverished Russian troops By Patrick Cockburn (The Independent, April 25, 2001)

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  • Sifting a Human Dumping Ground in Chechnya By Sharon LaFraniere (The Washington Post, April 13, 2001)

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  • Before the War I Had Toys: Children of Grozny A photo essay by Iva Zimova (Prague Watchdog, March 2000)

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  • Human Rights Watch: Backgrounder on the Case of Kheda Kungaeva Trial of Yuri Budanov Set for February 28

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  • Human Rights Watch Press release: E.U. Should Press Russia on Chechnya (February 13, 2001)

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  • RFE/RL Plans Broadcasts To North Caucasus

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  • After Gluck's Release, Agencies Wary Of Resuming Chechnya Aid By Sophie Lambroschini (RFE/RL February 5, 2001)

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  • Human Rights Watch Field Update on Chechnya (January 22, 2001)

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  • Russia 'failing on Chechnya rights violations' By Andrew Jack (Financial Times, January 22, 2001)

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  • Devastation overwhelms life in Grozny By Andrew Jack (Financial Times, January 20, 2001)

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  • Chechnya's perils and plight By Scott Peterson and Fred Weir (Christian Science Monitor, January 16, 2001)

  • Chechen Foreign Ministry Statement about the Kidnapping of Kenneth Gluck (January 11, 2001)
     
     

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