In Chechnya, A Blood Feud Ends—and a Despot Digs In

Monday, Aug. 30, 2010
By Simon Shuster / Moscow

The men of gun-loving Chechnya, long Russia’s most rebellious province, are not known for turning the other cheek. When a member of a Chechen clan is killed, even in a street brawl the vendetta can pass through the generations, obliging the men on both sides to take revenge until their elders have reconciled, or one of the clans is wiped out. So many observers were baffled last week when the region’s most notorious feud ended without a fight.

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