A controversial journalist recently detained in Chechnya talks to TOL about her view from the ground in the war-torn province. by Sophia Kornienko After two days’ captivity near the Chechen village of Khottuni, journalist Anna Politkovskaya of Novaya Gazeta arrived in Moscow on 23 February claiming that innocent Chechens were being kept in filtration camps […]

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