A Chechen separatist leader wanted in Russia on terrorism charges said Saturday his release from temporary arrest in Poland means that another European country rejects the Russian allegations he calls "absurd."
Akhmed Zakayev told The Associated Press that the Polish court’s decision on Friday to release him "showed once again that the position of people in Europe concerning Russia’s approach to Zakayev has not changed, that they stand by the law."
Monthly Archives: September 2010
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – Danish police said on Wednesday that a man who set off a small blast at a Copenhagen hotel five days ago, injuring only himself, is a 24-year-old ethnic Chechen who lives in Belgium.
The man, who the Copenhagen police identified as Lors Doukaev, was detained on Friday in a park after the blast in a toilet at the Hotel Jorgensen and remains in custody.
Sep 22, 2010 (DMEUROPE via COMTEX) — Russian mobile operator MTS has launched its services in Chechnya republic. The operator will provide GSM and 3G services there. The network currently covers Grozny and the surrounding areas, with Edge wireless internet accessible across the whole coverage area and 3G in the downtown area of Grozny. The operator plans to quadruple the number of base stations in Chechnya by the end of the year. MTS has opened a retail outlet in Grozniy, and the dealer network exceeds 400 outlets in the region. The operator will open two new outlets by the end of the year there and plans to double the number of dealers.
Ivan Sukhov, Vremia Novostei Correspondent, specially for Agentura.Ru
In the seven months of its existence, the North Caucasus Federal District (created by Dmitry Medvedev on January 19, 2010) the “siloviki” carried out a series of operations to take out the leaders of the Caucasus Emirate. Said Buriatsky, who had quite a youth following, was killed, as was Anzor Astemirov, who organized the 2005 Nalchik attack, and Magomedali Vagabov, the leader of the Daghestani militants. The Amir of Ingushetia, Magas, seen as the brain behind the 2004 Beslan school attack, was taken alive.
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By SERGEY PONOMAREV
updated 9/10/2010 4:59:04 PM ET
VLADIKAVKAZ, Russia — Clashes between police and alleged militants left 10 more people dead Friday in Russia’s volatile North Caucasus, even as stunned residents laid flowers in a square where a suicide car bombing killed 17 people and wounded more than 140 a day earlier.
The bombing on Thursday near the central market of Vladikavkaz, the capital of the North Ossetia republic, was the most serious attack in Russia since the March subway bombings in Moscow that killed 40 people.