A bipartisan group blasted the "human rights atrocities" taking place in the Russian republic.
“The world needs to act.”
And local officials have made no effort to investigate the troubling claims.
A Chechen spokesman denied the report, saying, “You cannot arrest or repress people who just don’t exist."
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A leading Russian newspaper has issued an apology on its front page, asking for forgiveness from the people of the Netherlands
There is a danger that the image of Russia's institutions as being frozen in an archaic and despotic past could obscure the reality of a changing society that is much more diverse than we imagine.
Joseph Stalin's grandson has launched a court action claiming a liberal Russian newspaper has defamed the former Soviet dictator
Medvedev Interview: Russian President Breaks From Putin In Landmark Interview With Opposition Newspaper
"I do not think we need to rehabilitate democracy. There has been, is and will be democracy," Medvedev said in his first
Four men accused of helping to organise the murder of the Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya were today acquitted by a