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A.J. Khan



Events around the world mark February 23 as World Chechnya Day

A.J. Khan

Safar 01, 14272006-03-01

People all over the world held events on February 23 to remember the tragedy of the Chechen people, after the Save Chechnya Campaign, a support and advocacy body based in London, led a campaign to have February 23, the date of Stalin’s deportation of the Chencens to Central Asia in 1944, proclaimed as World Chechnya Day.

Special Reports

The tragedy of the Russians’ deportation of the Chechens in 1944

A.J. Khan

Muharram 02, 14272006-02-01

On 23 February 1944 the Soviet Union set in motion the deportation of the entire Chechen and Ingush peoples to the steppes of Central Asia. In the depths of winter they were subjected to summary massacres and food shortages: it was a solution neither less final nor less brutal that the one being inflicted at the same time in Europe on the Jews.

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