Chechnya

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played significant

, part 4 Russian-made anti-tank weapons played significant role in Hezbollah operations against Israel Defense Forces during 2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict. It was claimed that "Russian Fajr-1 and Fajr-3 rockets, Russian AT-5 Spandrel antitank missiles and Kornet antitank rockets (9M133 Kornet)" Russian Footprints - by Ion Mihai Pacepa, National Review Online, August 24, 2006 have been supplied to Hezbollah through Syria and Iran commons:Category:Chechnya wikipedia:Chechnya


business research

him of involvement in the kidnap and murder of another rights activist. '''Chechnya''' ( Russian phrasebook


highly complex

Operations Center (TsSN FSB) , and tasked specifically with responding, preventing, and thwarting acts of terrorism. Group members are often requested by other sections of the FSB in order to provide operational guidance in situations that are either unique or highly complex in nature. Regional deployments to conflict-prone areas (such as Chechnya) are not uncommon. Although little is known about the exact nature of Alpha Group's primary directives, it is speculated that the unit


year support

unqualified support for Israel; our ability to keep oil prices at a level that is more or less acceptable to Western consumers. Probably the most damaging of all is our 30-year support for police states across the Islamic world: the Al Sauds and the Egyptians under Hosni Mubarak and his predecessors; the Algerians; the Moroccans; the Kuwaitis. They're all police states. U.S. support for the creation (United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor) of the an independent


lack de

that lack de facto independence, such as Kurdistan, Chechnya, and the State of Palestine. Saeed later headed to Chechnya to participate in the conflict against the Russians. At this time, Chechen fighters were turning away additional foreigners, many of whom ended up in al-Qaeda camps in Afghanistan to train and await entry to Chechnya. Saeed ended up at the Al Farouq training camp, where he met Ahmed al-Nami, and the brothers Wail (Wail al-Shehri) and Waleed


natural population

one of the youngest populations in the generally aging Russian Federation; in the early 1990s, it was among the few regions experiencing natural population growth. Since 2002, Chechnya has experienced a classic post-conflict baby-boom.


international position

on its southern border (such as Chechnya) but—according to Huntington—cooperates with Iran to avoid further Muslim-Orthodox violence in Southern Russia, and to help continue the flow of oil. Huntington argues that a "Sino-Islamic connection" is emerging in which China will cooperate more closely with Iran, Pakistan, and other states to augment its international position. On October 26, 2002, Russian special forces (Spetznaz) used a chemical agent (presumably KOLOKOL-1


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Hilary Swank cancels Toronto speech amid controversy over Ramzan Kadyrov birthday appearance | News | National Post publisher News.nationalpost.com date accessdate 31 October 2011 The Caucasus is one of the most linguistically (Caucasian languages) and culturally (culture) diverse regions on Earth. The nation states that comprise the Caucasus today are the post-Soviet states Georgia (Georgia (country)), Armenia, and Azerbaijan


international home

Ap060614International home French court convicts 25 for planning attack, ''Globe and Mail'', June 14, 2006 Benchellali was described as the group's leader, and received a 10 year sentence. Benchellali's father, Chellali Benchellali, The largest peoples speaking languages which belong to the Caucasian language families and who are currently resident in the Caucasus are the Georgians


Kurbsk Dere

of mountain warfare. On January 6, 1853, he was appointed adjutant general and, on July 5 of the same year, chief of staff (Chief of staff (military)). In 1854, he took part in the brilliant Kurbsk Dere campaign. On January 1, 1856, he became commander-in-chief of the Caucasian army, and, subsequently, governor of the Caucasus. As an administrator, he showed himself fully worthy of his high reputation. Within three years of his appointment, the whole of the eastern Caucasus was subdued and the long elusive Shamil was taken captive. Baryatinsky also conquered many of the tribes of the western Caucasus dwelling between the rivers of Laba (Bolshaya Laba River) and Belaya (Belaya River). commons:Category:Chechnya wikipedia:Chechnya

Chechnya

The '''Chechen Republic''' ( , ''Noxçiyçö''), also spelled ''Chechnia'' or ''Chechenia'', sometimes referred to as '''Ichkeria''' (lit ''land of minerals''), is a federal subject (federal subjects of Russia) (a republic (republics of Russia)) of Russia.

It is located in the North Caucasus, situated in the southernmost part of Eastern Europe, and within 100 kilometers of the Caspian Sea. Chechnya: The World Atlas Retrieved on April 24, 2013 The capital (capital city) of the republic is the city (types of inhabited localities in Russia) of Grozny. As of the 2010 Russian Census (Russian Census (2010)), the republic was reported to have a population of 1,268,989 people;

After the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991, the Chechen-Ingush ASSR (Chechen-Ingush Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic) was split into two parts: the Republic of Ingushetia (Ingushetia) and the Chechen Republic. The latter proclaimed the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria, which sought independence. Following the First Chechen War with Russia, Chechnya gained ''de facto'' independence as the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria. Russian federal control was restored during the Second Chechen War. Since then there has been a systematic reconstruction and rebuilding process, though sporadic fighting (Insurgency in the North Caucasus) continues in the mountains and southern regions of the republic.

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