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Ukraine foils alleged plot to assassinate Zelenskyy, claims official
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy had already admitted he is a prime target.
Russia failed to investigate activist's murder, says European court
The European Court of Human Rights has condemned Russia for "failing to properly investigate" the 2009 murder of human rights activist Natalia Estemirova.
Russian convicted for Vienna murder of Chechen blogger
The 43-year-old victim, an ex-policeman and YouTube critic of Ramzan Kadyrov’s regime in Chechnya, was shot in the head on an industrial estate last year.
France slammed for deporting refugee to Russia despite risk of torture
Human rights groups say the deportation of Magomed Gadaev is linked to rising stigma against Chechens in France since the beheading of teacher Samuel Paty last year.
Gay couple in 'mortal danger' in Chechnya after arrest in Russia — NGO
The couple are reportedly being held by security services in Chechnya, renowned for persecuting gay people, after being forcibly returned from Russia.
Russian police officer killed in knife attack in Chechnya
The two assailants, described as "terrorists" by the region's leader, were shot dead by authorities after trying to seize police weapons.
Chechens protest over 'Kremlin-backed' killing of activist in Vienna
Austrian police say last weekend's killing of the 43-year-old, named locally as Anzor Umarov, could be politically motivated
Chaos in Dijon after armed gangs burn cars and face off with police
The violence on Monday was believed to be a local reaction to three days of violence by Chechen gangs in Dijon.
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Alleged persecution of gay people in Chechnya
LGBTQ rights groups are reporting fresh persecution of gay people in Chechnya, claiming that two have died and about 40 are currently held in detention.
EU Parliament urges UK to come up with Brexit solution
Lawmakers see the ball squarely in the British camp
EU Parliament urges Russia to investigate anti-LGBT violence
Reports of "monstrous torture" in Chechnya
Is there a 'gay purge' in Chechnya? Rights group fears the worst
At least two members of the LGBT community have died and others are being detained in Chechnya, according to the Russian LGBT Network
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Across Europe, emboldened groups advocate hate and discrimination, levering themselves into mainstream politics. Meanwhile, established political parties are absorbing their ideas and parroting their hateful rhetoric.
Chechen leader gives boy Mercedes for completing 4,105 push-ups
Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov has given a five-year-old boy a Mercedes after he completed 4,105 push-ups.
Chechen football fans give Salah 100kg birthday cake
Egypt forward Mohamed Salah's 26th birthday didn't get off to a good start as his team lost to Uruguay in their first group match of the World Cup.
Team Egypt's Salah poses with Chechen leader ahead of World Cup
Egyptian football star Salah poses for controversial photo-op with Chechen’s Kadyrov before World Cup starts in Russia.
Eyewitnesses describe the panic as the Paris stabbings unfolded
A man killed a 29-year-old in the French capital's Opera district on Saturday and wounded four others, before being shot dead by police.
Daughter of Chechen leader showcases collection based on traditional Muslim clothing
Aishat Kadyrova's show was attended by members of the Russian elite
Chechen man sentenced for killing Russian opposition leader
A court in Moscow has sentenced a Chechen man to 20 years in jail for killing Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov two years ago.
Russian LGBT activists arrested during march against 'killing and torture' of gay men in Chechnya
Human rights activists have taken to the streets of the Russian city of St Petersburg to protest against the alleged detention, torture and killing of gay men in…
"Detention centres" for LGBT citizens reported in Chechnya
According to the Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta, Chechen authorities have set up a series of camps or prisons where gay men have been killed or tortured before being made to leave the…
Chechen gay men 'go missing' in alleged anti-gay campaign
Dozens of homosexual men are disappearing in Chechnya, that is according to a leading opposition newspaper in Russia.
Refugees from Chechnya unsuccessfully seek refuge in Poland
Almost every day at the Belarusian-Polish border, hundreds of Chechens try to apply for refugee status. Only a small number succeed, despite interventions from NGOs and lawyers.
Deadly attack on Russian military base in Chechnya
More than 12 people are dead after an attack by Chechen militants against a Russian military base.
Russian police shoot dead militants in Chechnya
Russian special forces have shot dead at least seven suspected militants during an operation in Chechnya.