Life has proven to be cheap and justice non-existent ever since Chechnya, the small Muslim republic in Russia’s volatile North Caucasus, suffered through two bloody wars with Moscow and nearly two decades of iron-fisted rule by the Kadyrov clan. 
In the 28 years since the collapse of the Soviet Union, which saw the Chechen independence movement attempt to break away from the Russian Federation in 1991, the region has been subjected to some of the worst violence and acts of crimes against human...

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