In the war-torn Northern Caucasus, those who claim mystical powers of sight have a steady stream of clients by Anna Badkhen ON THE CHECHEN-INGUSH BORDER, Russia–Malika Akbulatova deals in hope. Akbulatova is a clairvoyant who helps devastated relatives find loved ones still missing in Chechnya. A refugee from the conflict in the separatist republic herself, […]

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