Ramzan Kadyrov

Kremlin ally Ramzan Kadyrov has accused the U.S. government of pressuring the social media platform.
In addition, the U.S. Treasury is sanctioning four Russians under a U.S. law known as the Magnitsky Act.
He also said it's "his dream" to leave office at some point, though he showed no signs of stepping down.
"Imprisoning people because of who they love is inhuman,” he said.
Russia is clearly in "untergang" mode. Friends in Moscow tell us they are living through one of the worst periods of the Putin rule. They are sitting on their suitcases -- Russian for getting ready to leave.
Mikhail Kasyanov says the video is "incitement to murder."
Putin's support for Kadyrov should be conditional. However, Russia's reliance on the Chechen leader to provide security in the North Caucasus and to restrict ISIS's growth in that region makes it very difficult for Putin to change his Chechnya policy.
Kadyrov is loyal to Russian President Vladimir Putin but enjoys a large degree of autonomy in running the mainly Muslim region
The Chechen leader was at first openly defiant, praising the suspected triggerman as a good patriot and a deeply religious
A U.S. jury on Friday sentenced 21-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to death for his role in the April 2013 attack on the Boston
On Sunday, Kadyrov was back on Instagram showing off a fish he caught, as if nothing had ever happened. Kadyrov denied the
It should be noted that both Kadyrov and Putin have been accused of numerous human rights abuses, with the EU recently condemning