Chechnya’s new LGBT purge has already claimed two lives, activists say
“We know that around 40 people were detained, both men and women.”
'Real Sports' Interview with Chechen Dictator Is a Wakeup Call for MMA
Down one road lies the sports mainstream, down the other lies poisonous masculinity.
As Persecution of Gay Men in Chechnya Worsens, Dictator's MMA "Ambassador" Fabricio Werdum Keeps Quiet
The former UFC champion did pose for a picture wearing an Akhmat FC shirt, though.
Chechen spokesman dismisses arrests of gay men because gay men "do not exist"
Floyd Mayweather Cozies up to Chechen Dictator, Wants to Fight McGregor in Russia
Ramzan Kadyrov’s plan to seduce all the great fighters of the world continues.
Child Fights Get Chechen Dictator Slap on the Wrist From Russian Bureaucrats
But who knows what deeper meaning lies behind a letter from Putin’s government?
Chechen Children's Fights Spark Controversy in Hyper-Masculine World of Russian MMA
Not even Fedor Emelianenko is immune to condemnation anymore.
Ukraine called 'mass grave' for journalists after car bomb kills reporter in Kiev
Pavel Sheremet, a Kremlin critic, is among dozens of journalists who have died in politically-motivated killings in Ukraine and Russia over the last decade.
Here's What Happened in Russia on the First Anniversary of the Killing of Boris Nemtsov
At least 10,000 people participated in a peaceful march through Moscow to commemorate the slain opposition leader, but protesters in some cities were harassed and attacked.
Media Lightly Grills Alexander Gustafsson About Shooting Guns in Chechnya
Life is good when a dictator loves your sport.
This Journalist Spoke to Chechens Living in the Shadow of War
We spoke to French-English journalist Manon Loizeau, who recently went back to Chechnya years after the end of its devastating war to make a new documentary.
Video Shows Masked Assailants Storming NGO Office
The attack on a leading rights group in Chechnya came during a protest condemning the organization in the capital of Grozny on Wednesday.