The Russian authorities were hoping for a PR coup with the trial of high-ranking Chechen leaders in Dagestan–but it looks like the plan is backfiring by Nabi Abdullaev MAKHACHKALA, Dagestan–According to Russian General Prosecutor Vladimir Ustinov, the trial of Chechen leader Salman Raduyev would be a “triumph of justice” and a demonstration to the people […]

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