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RUSSIA-MILITARY/
RTX6OOHX
February 26, 2019
A member of local special forces troops attends a presentation of locally produced Chaborz-M3 ATV in...
Gudermes, Russia
A member of local special forces troops attends a apresentation of locally produced Chaborz-M3 ATV in...
A member of local special forces troops attends a presentation of locally produced Chaborz-M3 ATV in the town of Gudermes, Russia February 26, 2019. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev
RUSSIA-MILITARY/
RTX6OOHS
February 26, 2019
Members of local special forces troops attend a presentation of locally produced Chaborz-M3 ATV in the...
Gudermes, Russia
Members of local special forces troops attend a presentation of locally produced Chaborz-M3 ATV in the...
Members of local special forces troops attend a presentation of locally produced Chaborz-M3 ATV in the town of Gudermes, Russia February 26, 2019. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev
RUSSIA-MILITARY/
RTX6OOHR
February 26, 2019
Head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov drives locally produced Chaborz-M3 ATV designed for special...
Gudermes, Russia
Head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov drives locally produced Chaborz-M3 ATV designed for special...
Head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov drives locally produced Chaborz-M3 ATV designed for special forces troops in the town of Gudermes, Russia February 26, 2019. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev
RUSSIA/
RTR2VHGS
December 20, 2011
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) speaks to local special forces troops during his visit to the...
Gudermes, Russia
Russian PM Putin speaks to local special forces troops during his visit to the Chechen town of Gudermes...
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) speaks to local special forces troops during his visit to the Chechen town of Gudermes December 20, 2011. REUTERS/Alexei Nikolsky/RIA Novosti/Pool (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY) THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
RUSSIA-KADYROV/
RTXS293
December 21, 2009
Ramzan Kadyrov, the President of Chechnya, is seen at the city hall, with a portrait of Russia's President...
Gudermes, Russia
To match interview RUSSIA-KADYROV/
Ramzan Kadyrov, the President of Chechnya, is seen at the city hall, with a portrait of Russia's President Dmitry Medvedev in the background, in the Chechen capital Grozny, December 16, 2009. Russia needs a military strategy to resist the United States and other Western powers which are stoking disorder in the North Caucasus to destroy Russia, the president of Chechnya told Reuters in an interview. Picture taken December 16, 2009. To match interview RUSSIA-KADYROV/ REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS)
RUSSIA-KADYROV/
RTXS291
December 21, 2009
Ramzan Kadyrov, the President of Chechnya, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his private offices...
Gudermes, Russia
To match interview RUSSIA-KADYROV/
Ramzan Kadyrov, the President of Chechnya, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his private offices near the town of Gudermes outside the Chechen capital Grozny, December 16, 2009. Russia needs a military strategy to resist the United States and other Western powers which are stoking disorder in the North Caucasus to destroy Russia, the president of Chechnya told Reuters in an interview. Picture taken December 16, 2009. To match interview RUSSIA-KADYROV/ REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
RUSSIA-KADYROV/
RTXS28Z
December 21, 2009
Ramzan Kadyrov, the President of Chechnya, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his private offices...
Gudermes, Russia
To match interview RUSSIA-KADYROV/
Ramzan Kadyrov, the President of Chechnya, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his private offices near the town of Gudermes outside the Chechen capital Grozny, December 16, 2009. Russia needs a military strategy to resist the United States and other Western powers which are stoking disorder in the North Caucasus to destroy Russia, the president of Chechnya told Reuters in an interview. Picture taken December 16, 2009. To match interview RUSSIA-KADYROV/ REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
RUSSIA-KADYROV/
RTXS23N
December 21, 2009
Ramzan Kadyrov, the President of Chechnya, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his private offices...
Gudermes, Russia
To match interview RUSSIA-KADYROV/
Ramzan Kadyrov, the President of Chechnya, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his private offices near the town of Gudermes outside the Chechen capital Grozny, December 16, 2009. Russia needs a military strategy to resist the United States and other Western powers which are stoking disorder in the North Caucasus to destroy Russia, the president of Chechnya told Reuters in an interview. Picture taken December 16, 2009. To match interview RUSSIA-KADYROV/ REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS)
RUSSIA-KADYROV/
RTXS23J
December 21, 2009
Ramzan Kadyrov, the President of Chechnya, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his private offices...
Gudermes, Russia
To match interview RUSSIA-KADYROV/
Ramzan Kadyrov, the President of Chechnya, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his private offices near the town of Gudermes outside the Chechen capital Grozny, December 16, 2009. Russia needs a military strategy to resist the United States and other Western powers which are stoking disorder in the North Caucasus to destroy Russia, the president of Chechnya told Reuters in an interview. Picture taken December 16, 2009. To match interview RUSSIA-KADYROV/ REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS)
RUSSIA-KADYROV/
RTXS23I
December 21, 2009
Ramzan Kadyrov, the President of Chechnya, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his private offices...
Gudermes, Russia
To match interview RUSSIA-KADYROV/
Ramzan Kadyrov, the President of Chechnya, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his private offices near the town of Gudermes outside the Chechen capital Grozny, December 16, 2009. Russia needs a military strategy to resist the United States and other Western powers which are stoking disorder in the North Caucasus to destroy Russia, the president of Chechnya told Reuters in an interview. Picture taken December 16, 2009. To match interview RUSSIA-KADYROV/ REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
RUSSIA-KADYROV/
RTXS23G
December 21, 2009
Ramzan Kadyrov, the President of Chechnya, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his private offices...
Gudermes, Russia
To match interview RUSSIA-KADYROV/
Ramzan Kadyrov, the President of Chechnya, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his private offices near the town of Gudermes outside the Chechen capital Grozny, December 16, 2009. Russia needs a military strategy to resist the United States and other Western powers which are stoking disorder in the North Caucasus to destroy Russia, the president of Chechnya told Reuters in an interview. Picture taken December 16, 2009. To match interview RUSSIA-KADYROV/ REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS)
RUSSIA/
RTX8XSI
September 26, 2008
Three men pray at the grave of former parliamentary deputy Ruslan Yamadayev at the cemetery in Gudermes...
Gudermes, Russia
Three men pray at grave of former parliamentary deputy Yamadayev at cemetery in Gudermes
Three men pray at the grave of former parliamentary deputy Ruslan Yamadayev at the cemetery in Gudermes at Russia's Caucasus region of Chechnya September 26, 2008. A gunman shot dead Yamadayev, a former rebel Chechen commander in central Moscow, on Wednesday whose brother has emerged as a rival to the pro-Moscow leader of the troubled southern Russian region, police said. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA/
RTR1UQF3
October 09, 2007
Chechen Interior Minister Ruslan Alkhanov (L) and Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov attend the opening...
Gudermes, Russia
Chechen Interior Minister Alkhanov and President Kadyrov attend the opening of a horse racing track in...
Chechen Interior Minister Ruslan Alkhanov (L) and Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov attend the opening of a horse racing track in the town of Gudermes some 30 km (18.6 miles) east of Grozny October 8, 2007. Picture taken October 8, 2007. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CHECHNYA/KADYROV
RTR1OC2V
April 05, 2007
Ramzan Kadyrov (L) takes part in his inauguration ceremony as Chechnya's President in Gudermes April...
Gudermes, Russia
Ramzan Kadyrov takes part in his inauguration ceremony as Chechnya's president in Gudermes
Ramzan Kadyrov (L) takes part in his inauguration ceremony as Chechnya's President in Gudermes April 5, 2007. Chechnya inaugurated on Thursday Kadyrov, a 30-year-old amateur boxer praised by allies for restoring order to the troubled region and accused by rights groups of murdering and kidnapping civilians. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CHECHNYA/KADYROV
RTR1OC1B
April 05, 2007
People sit in a bus holding Chechnya's flags in Grozny April 5, 2007. Chechnya inaugurated on Thursday...
Gudermes, Russia
People sit in a bus holding Chechnya's flags in Grozny
People sit in a bus holding Chechnya's flags in Grozny April 5, 2007. Chechnya inaugurated on Thursday Ramzan Kadyrov as its new president a 30-year-old amateur boxer praised by allies for restoring order to the troubled region and accused by rights groups of murdering and kidnapping civilians. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CHECHNYA/
RTR1OBZW
April 05, 2007
People pass by a poster showing Russia's President Vladimir Putin (L) shaking hands with the former Chechnya's...
Gudermes, Russia
People pass by a poster showing Russia's President Vladimir Putin shaking hands with the former Chechnya's...
People pass by a poster showing Russia's President Vladimir Putin (L) shaking hands with the former Chechnya's President Akhmad Kadyrov in Grozny, April 5, 2007. Chechnya inaugurated Ramzan Kadyrov as its new president on Thursday, a 30-year-old amateur boxer praised by allies for restoring order to the troubled region and accused by rights groups of murdering and kidnapping civilians. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CHECHNYA/KADYROV
RTR1OBZT
April 05, 2007
Chechnya's new President Ramzan Kadyrov looks on after his inauguration in Gudermes, April 5, 2007. Chechnya...
Gudermes, Russia
Chechnya's new President Ramzan Kadyrov looks on after his inauguration in Gudermes
Chechnya's new President Ramzan Kadyrov looks on after his inauguration in Gudermes, April 5, 2007. Chechnya inaugurated Kadyrov on Thursday as its new president. The 30-year-old amateur boxer is praised by allies for restoring order to the troubled region and accused by rights groups of murdering and kidnapping civilians. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CHECHNYA/PRESIDENT
RTR1OBZK
April 05, 2007
A traffic policeman stands in front of a poster with a portrait of the new Chechnya's President Ramzan...
Gudermes, Russia
A traffic policeman stands in front of a poster with a portrait of the new Chechnya's President Ramzan...
A traffic policeman stands in front of a poster with a portrait of the new Chechnya's President Ramzan Kadyrov in Grozny, April 5, 2007. Chechnya inaugurated on Thursday as its new president a 30-year-old amateur boxer praised by allies for restoring order to the troubled region and accused by rights groups of murdering and kidnapping civilians. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CHECHNYA/KADYROV
RTR1OBYO
April 05, 2007
Ramzan Kadyrov looks on after his inauguration as president in Gudermes April 5, 2007. Chechnya inaugurated...
Gudermes, Russia
Kadyrov looks on after his inauguration as president in Gudermes
Ramzan Kadyrov looks on after his inauguration as president in Gudermes April 5, 2007. Chechnya inaugurated on Thursday as its new president a 30-year-old amateur boxer praised by allies for restoring order to the troubled region and accused by rights groups of murdering and kidnapping civilians. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CHECHNYA/PRESIDENT
RTR1OBYB
April 05, 2007
Chechnya's new president Ramzan Kadyrov (L) receives the President's identification card from Dmitry...
Gudermes, Russia
Chechnya's new president Kadyrov receives President's identification card from Kremlin representative...
Chechnya's new president Ramzan Kadyrov (L) receives the President's identification card from Dmitry Kozak, the Kremlin's representative to the southern and central federal districts, in Gudermes April 5, 2007. Chechnya inaugurated on Thursday as its new president a 30-year-old amateur boxer praised by allies for restoring order to the troubled region and accused by rights groups of murdering and kidnapping civilians. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CHECHNYA/KADYROV
RTR1OBY4
April 05, 2007
Ramzan Kadyrov swears upon the constitution during his inauguration as president in Gudermes April 5,...
Gudermes, Russia
Kadyrov swears upon the constitution during his inauguration as president in Gudermes
Ramzan Kadyrov swears upon the constitution during his inauguration as president in Gudermes April 5, 2007. Chechnya inaugurated on Thursday as its new president a 30-year-old amateur boxer praised by allies for restoring order to the troubled region and accused by rights groups of murdering and kidnapping civilians. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CHECHNYA/KADYROV
RTR1OBXV
April 05, 2007
Ramzan Kadyrov (C) smiles after his inauguration as president in Gudermes April 5, 2007. Chechnya inaugurated...
Gudermes, Russia
Kadyrov smiles after his inauguration as president in Gudermes
Ramzan Kadyrov (C) smiles after his inauguration as president in Gudermes April 5, 2007. Chechnya inaugurated on Thursday as its new president a 30-year-old amateur boxer praised by allies for restoring order to the troubled region and accused by rights groups of murdering and kidnapping civilians. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTR1I1YJ
October 06, 2006
Chechen Prime Minister Ramzan Kadyrov's wife Madina and their son Akhmat attend Kadyrov's 30th birthday...
Gudermes, Russia
Chechen Prime Minister Kadyrov's wife Madina and their son Akhmat attend Kadyrov's 30th birthday celebration...
Chechen Prime Minister Ramzan Kadyrov's wife Madina and their son Akhmat attend Kadyrov's 30th birthday celebration at his residence in the town of Gudermes near Grozny on October 5, 2006. Kadyrov, the feared strongman whose personal militia police Chechnya on the Kremlin's behalf, turned 30 Thursday making him eligible to run for the region's presidency. Picture taken October 5, 2006. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTR1I1L8
October 05, 2006
Children perform during Chechen Prime Minister Ramzan Kadyrov's birthday celebration in his residence...
Gudermes, Russia
Children perform during Chechen Prime Minister Kadyrov's birthday celebration in his residence in the...
Children perform during Chechen Prime Minister Ramzan Kadyrov's birthday celebration in his residence in the town of Gudermes near Grozny late October 5, 2006. Kadyrov, the feared strongman whose personal militia runs Chechnya on the Kremlin's behalf, turned 30 on Thursday making him eligible to run for the region's presidency. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTR1I1KU
October 05, 2006
Chechen Prime Minister Ramzan Kadyrov receives roses during his birthday celebrations in his residence...
Gudermes, Russia
Chechen Prime Minister Kadyrov receives roses during his birthday celebrations in his residence in the...
Chechen Prime Minister Ramzan Kadyrov receives roses during his birthday celebrations in his residence in the Chechen town of Gudermes near Grozny late October 5, 2006. Kadyrov, the feared strongman whose personal militia runs Chechnya on the Kremlin's behalf, turned 30 on Thursday making him eligible to run for the region's presidency. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTR1I1KM
October 05, 2006
Chechen Prime Minister Ramzan Kadyrov receives a sword during his birthday celebrations in his residence...
Gudermes, Russia
Chechen Prime Minister Kadyrov receives a sword during his birthday celebrations in his residence in...
Chechen Prime Minister Ramzan Kadyrov receives a sword during his birthday celebrations in his residence in the Chechen town of Gudermes near Grozny late October 5, 2006. Kadyrov, the feared strongman whose personal militia runs Chechnya on the Kremlin's behalf, turned 30 on Thursday making him eligible to run for the region's presidency. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA
RTR1GPJ7
August 26, 2006
Soldiers stand in formation during a ceremony marking the anniversary of the formation of the Kadyrov...
Gudermes, Russian Federation
Soldiers stand in formation during a ceremony marking the anniversary of the formation of the Kadyrov...
Soldiers stand in formation during a ceremony marking the anniversary of the formation of the Kadyrov regiment, named after the late Chechen President Akhmad Kadyrov, in the town of Gudermes near Grozny August 26, 2006. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA
RTR1FB4G
July 08, 2006
A group of Chechen militants stand with their decommissioned weapons during a surrender ceremony in a...
Gudermes, Russia
Chechen militants stand with decommissioned weapons during surrender ceremony in Gudermes
A group of Chechen militants stand with their decommissioned weapons during a surrender ceremony in a Chechen settlement, Gudermes, 36 km (22 miles) east of capital Grozny, July 8, 2006. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA
RTR1FB44
July 08, 2006
A group of Chechen militants stand with their decommissioned weapons during a surrender ceremony in a...
Gudermes, Russia
Chechen militants stand with decommissioned weapons during surrender ceremony in Gudermes
A group of Chechen militants stand with their decommissioned weapons during a surrender ceremony in a Chechen settlement, Gudermes, 36 km (22 miles) east of capital Grozny, July 8, 2006. REUTERS/S.Dal (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA
RTR1FB3F
July 08, 2006
A group of Chechen militants stand with their decommissioned weapons during a surrender ceremony in a...
Gudermes, Russia
Chechen militants stand with decommissioned weapons during surrender ceremony in Gudermes
A group of Chechen militants stand with their decommissioned weapons during a surrender ceremony in a Chechen settlement, Gudermes, 36 km (22 miles) east of capital Grozny, July 8, 2006. REUTERS/S.Dal (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA
RTR17KTY
March 24, 2006
A Chechen boy stands behind barbed wire and in front of a poster showing Russian President Vladimir Putin...
Gudermes, Russia
A boy stands behind barbed wire and in front of a poster showing Russian President Putin and Chechen...
A Chechen boy stands behind barbed wire and in front of a poster showing Russian President Vladimir Putin shaking hands with Chechen President Alu Alkhanov (R) in Gudermes near Grozny March 24, 2006. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev
RUSSIA
RTR17JM5
March 23, 2006
Chechen Prime Minister Ramzan Kadyrov awards a soldier with a medal during a ceremony marking the 3rd...
Gudermes, Russia
Chechen Prime Minister Kadyrov awards a soldier a medal on Chechen Constitution Day in Gudermes
Chechen Prime Minister Ramzan Kadyrov awards a soldier with a medal during a ceremony marking the 3rd anniversary of the approval of Chechnya's constitution, in the town of Gudermes near Grozny March 23, 2006. The Chechen constitution stipulating that the republic is part of the Russian Federation was approved in March 2003. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev
RUSSIA
RTR17JM3
March 23, 2006
Chechen soldiers stand to attention next to a flag showing assassinated pro-Kremlin Chechen President...
Gudermes, Russia
Chechen soldiers stand to attention next to a flag showing Akhmad Kadyrov on Constitution Day in Gudermes...
Chechen soldiers stand to attention next to a flag showing assassinated pro-Kremlin Chechen President Akhmad Kadyrov during a ceremony marking the 3rd anniversary of the approval of Chechnya's constitution, in the town of Gudermes near Grozny March 23, 2006. The Chechen constitution stipulating that the republic is part of the Russian Federation was approved in March 2003. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev
RUSSIA
RTR16YGA
March 07, 2006
Chechen Prime Minister Ramzan Kadyrov attends a Womens' Day celebration in the Chechen town of Gudermes...
Gudermes, Russia
Chechen Prime Minister Kadyrov attends a Womens' Day celebration in the Chechen town of Gudermes
Chechen Prime Minister Ramzan Kadyrov attends a Womens' Day celebration in the Chechen town of Gudermes some 30 km (18.6 miles) from Grozny March 7, 2006. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev
RUSSIA
RTR1947U
January 27, 2006
Specialists work at the site where an accident damaged a pipeline running through the southern Russian...
Gudermes, Russia
Specialists work at the site where an accident damaged a pipeline running through the southern Russian...
Specialists work at the site where an accident damaged a pipeline running through the southern Russian region of Chechnya near the town of Gudermes, January 27, 2006. The accident cut off gas supplies to parts of the capital Grozny and the districts of Shali and Kurchaloi, Russian media reported on Friday. Two explosions on a southern Russian pipeline last weekend were attributed to sabotage. They cut off all gas deliveries to neighboring Georgia but left Russian consumers unaffected. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev
RUSSIA
RTR1947R
January 27, 2006
Specialists work at the site where an accident damaged a pipeline running through the southern Russian...
Gudermes, Russia
Specialists work at the site where an accident damaged a pipeline running through the southern Russian...
Specialists work at the site where an accident damaged a pipeline running through the southern Russian region of Chechnya near the town of Gudermes, January 27, 2006. The accident cut off gas supplies to parts of the capital Grozny and the districts of Shali and Kurchaloi, Russian media reported on Friday. Two explosions on a southern Russian pipeline last weekend were attributed to sabotage. They cut off all gas deliveries to neighbouring Georgia but left Russian consumers unaffected. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev
RUSSIA KADYROV
RTR1BCZB
November 07, 2005
Chechen First Deputy Prime Minister Ramzan Kadyrov gestures during a rock festival in the Chechen town...
Gudermes, Russian Federation
To match feature Russia Kadyrov
Chechen First Deputy Prime Minister Ramzan Kadyrov gestures during a rock festival in the Chechen town of Gudermes, some 30km (18 miles) east of Grozny in this November 7, 2005 file photo. Kadyrov is 29 years old, bearded, exhorts his troops to fight in the name of Allah and speaks Russian with a heavy Chechen accent. Not long ago, that would have perfectly described one of Moscow's most bitter foes. But now, while his former comrades-in-arms dodge troops in the Chechen mountains, Kadyrov is a hero of Russia, a frequent guest of President Vladimir Putin and regional leader of the pro-Kremlin political party. To match feature Russia Kadyrov. Picture taken November 7, 2005. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev
RUSSIA
RTR1AFIX
November 07, 2005
Chechen youth shout and gesture during a rock festival in the Chechen town of Gudermes, some 30km (18...
Gudermes, Russia
Chechen youth shout and gesture during a rock festival in the Chechen town of Gudermes
Chechen youth shout and gesture during a rock festival in the Chechen town of Gudermes, some 30km (18 miles) east of Grozny November 7, 2005. The festival ?Phoenix. Revival of Life? was the first ever rock festival in the north Caucasian republic and featured a number of well known Russian and Chechen artists, news agency Itar-Tass reported. REUTERS/S.Dal
RUSSIA
RTR1AF9I
November 07, 2005
A security officer watches the crowd as one member of the audience gestures during a rock festival in...
Gudermes, Russia
A security officer watches the crowd as one member of the audience gestures during a rock festival in...
A security officer watches the crowd as one member of the audience gestures during a rock festival in the Chechen town of Gudermes, some 30 km (18 miles) east of Grozny November 7, 2005. The festival ?Phoenix. Revival of Life? was the first ever rock festival in the north Caucasian republic and featured a number of well known Russian and Chechen artists, Itar-Tass news agency reported. REUTERS/S.Dal
RUSSIA
RTR1AF8D
November 07, 2005
Security personnel guard a rock festival in the Chechen town of Gudermes, some 30km (18 miles) east of...
Gudermes, Russia
Security personnel guard a rock festival in the Chechen town of Gudermes
Security personnel guard a rock festival in the Chechen town of Gudermes, some 30km (18 miles) east of Grozny November 7, 2005. The festival ?Phoenix. Revival of Life? was the first ever rock festival in the north Caucasian republic and featured a number of well known Russian and Chechen artists, Itar-Tass news agency reported. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev
RUSSIA
RTR1AF7K
November 07, 2005
Chechen youth shout and gesture during a rock festival in the Chechen town of Gudermes, some 30 km (18...
Gudermes, Russia
Chechen youth shout and gesture during a rock festival in the Chechen town of Gudermes
Chechen youth shout and gesture during a rock festival in the Chechen town of Gudermes, some 30 km (18 miles) east of Grozny November 7, 2005. The festival ?Phoenix. Revival of Life? was the first ever rock festival in the north Caucasian republic and featured a number of well known Russian and Chechen artists, Itar-Tass news agency reported. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev
RUSSIA
RTR1AEHJ
November 07, 2005
Chechen First Deputy Ramzan Kadyrov (R) gestures during a rock festival in the Chechen town of Gudermes,...
Gudermes, Russia
Chechen First Deputy Kadyrov gestures during a rock festival in the Chechen town of Gudermes
Chechen First Deputy Ramzan Kadyrov (R) gestures during a rock festival in the Chechen town of Gudermes, some 30km (18 miles) east of Grozny November 7, 2005. The festival ?Phoenix. Revival of Life? was the first ever rock festival in the north Caucasian republic and featured a number of well known Russian and Chechen artists, Itar-Tass news agency reported. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev
RUSSIA
RTR1AE3R
November 07, 2005
Chechen youth hold a placard during a rock festival in the Chechen town of Gudermes, some 30km (18 miles)...
Gudermes, Russia
Chechen youth hold a placard during a rock festival in the Chechen town of Gudermes
Chechen youth hold a placard during a rock festival in the Chechen town of Gudermes, some 30km (18 miles) east of Grozny November 7, 2005. The festival ?Phoenix. Revival of Life? was the first ever rock festival in the north Caucasian republic and featured a number of well known Russian and Chechen artists, news agency Itar-Tass reported. The placard reads 'Dear Abrenina, Grozny loves you'. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev
RUSSIA
RTR1AAQP
November 06, 2005
Russian special security forces search the area around a stadium which will host a rock concert in the...
Gudermes, Russia
Russian special security forces search the area around a stadium which will host a rock concert in Gudermes...
Russian special security forces search the area around a stadium which will host a rock concert in the Chechen city of Gudermes, November 6, 2005. "Phoenix: Return to Life? concert is scheduled to take place on November 7. REUTERS/S.Dal
KADYROV
RTXMOTP
June 24, 2004
Ramzan Kadyrov, the son of the former Chechen president, smiles in Gudermes, 35 km east of the capital...
Gudermes, Russia
Ramzan Kadyrov, the son of the former Chechen president, smiles in Gudermes, 35 km east of the capit.....
Ramzan Kadyrov, the son of the former Chechen president, smiles in Gudermes, 35 km east of the capital Grozny, June 23, 2004.
KADYROV
RTXMOTO
June 24, 2004
Ramzan Kadyrov, the son of the former Chechen president, listens to journalists' questions in Gudermes,...
Gudermes, Russia
Ramzan Kadyrov, the son of the former Chechen president, listens to journalists' questions in Guderm.....
Ramzan Kadyrov, the son of the former Chechen president, listens to journalists' questions in Gudermes, 35 km east of the capital Grozny, June 23, 2004.
RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTRSNZZ
June 23, 2004
Chechen sportsmen train at a special centre in the Chechen town of Gudermes, 35 km east of the capital...
Gudermes, Russian Federation
CHECHEN SPORTSMEN TRAIN IN THE CHECHEN TOWN OF GUDERMES.
Chechen sportsmen train at a special centre in the Chechen town of Gudermes, 35 km east of the capital Grozny, June 23, 2004. PICTURE TAKEN JUNE 23, 2004 REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin AS/CRB
RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTR54G0
June 23, 2004
Chechen children pose with the portrait of the former Chechen president Akhmad Kadyrov in the Chechen...
Gudermes, Russian Federation
CHECHEN CHILDREN POSE IN GUDERMES.
Chechen children pose with the portrait of the former Chechen president Akhmad Kadyrov in the Chechen town of Gudermes, 35 km east of the capital Grozny, in this picture taken June 23, 2004. Russia's favoured candidate to run Chechnya lodged his bid for its presidency on Thursday as Moscow shrugged off a deadly rebel rampage and pressed ahead with its plans for the troubled region. Chechnya's pro-Moscow interior minister Alu Alkhanov, who seems sure of winning because of Kremlin backing, registered as a candidate in the August election, two days after Chechen rebels led a major attack that killed nearly 100 people in neighbouring Ingushetia. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin AS/JV
RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTR54F7
June 23, 2004
Ramzan Kadyrov, the son of the former Chechen president, listens to journalists' questions in Gudermes,...
Gudermes, Russian Federation
KADYROV, THE SON OF THE FORMER CHECHEN PRESIDENT, LISTENS TO JOURNALISTS' QUESTIONS IN GUDERMES.
Ramzan Kadyrov, the son of the former Chechen president, listens to journalists' questions in Gudermes, 35 km east of the capital Grozny, June 23, 2004. PICTURE TAKEN JUNE 23, 2004 REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin REUTERS AS/CRB
RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTR54ET
June 23, 2004
Ramzan Kadyrov, the son of the former Chechen president, listens to journalists' questions in Gudermes,...
Gudermes, Russian Federation
KADYROV, THE SON OF THE FORMER CHECHEN PRESIDENT, LISTENS TO JOURNALISTS' QUESTIONS IN GUDERMES.
Ramzan Kadyrov, the son of the former Chechen president, listens to journalists' questions in Gudermes, 35 km east of the capital Grozny, June 23, 2004. PICTURE TAKEN JUNE 23, 2004 REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin REUTERS AS
RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTR54EC
June 23, 2004
CHECHEN CHILDREN STAND IN FRONT OF ARMED RUSSIAN INTERIOR MINISTRY SERVICEMAN IN THE CHECHEN TOWN OF...
Gudermes, Russian Federation
CHECHEN CHILDREN STAND IN FRONT OF ARMED RUSSIAN INTERIOR MINISTRY SERVICEMAN IN THE CHECHEN TOWN OF...
CHECHEN CHILDREN STAND IN FRONT OF ARMED RUSSIAN INTERIOR MINISTRY SERVICEMAN IN THE CHECHEN TOWN OF GUDERMES. Chechen children stand in front of armed Russian interior ministry serviceman in the Chechen town of Gudermes, 35 km east of the capital Grozny, June 23, 2004. Chechnya pro-Moscow interior minister Alu Alkhanov, registered as a candidate in the August election, two days after suspected Chechen rebels went on a bloody rampage in neighbouring Ingushetia. PICTURE TAKEN JUNE 23, 2004 REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTR54E6
June 23, 2004
CHECHEN GIRL AND ARMED RUSSIAN INTERIOR MINISTRY SERVICEMAN STAND IN THE STREET OF THE CHECHEN TOWN OF...
Gudermes, Russian Federation
CHECHEN GIRL AND ARMED RUSSIAN INTERIOR MINISTRY SERVICEMAN STAND IN THE STREET OF THE CHECHEN TOWN ......
CHECHEN GIRL AND ARMED RUSSIAN INTERIOR MINISTRY SERVICEMAN STAND IN THE STREET OF THE CHECHEN TOWN OF GUDERMES. Chechen girl and armed Russian interior ministry serviceman stand in the street of the Chechen town of Gudermes, 35 km east of the capital Grozny, June 23, 2004. PICTURE TAKEN JUNE 23, 2004 REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTR54DH
June 23, 2004
Ramzan Kadyrov, the son of the former Chechen president, gestures answering journalists' questions in...
Gudermes, Russian Federation
KADYROV, THE SON OF THE FORMER CHECHEN PRESIDENT, GESTURES ANSWERING JOURNALISTS' QUESTIONS IN GUDERMES....
Ramzan Kadyrov, the son of the former Chechen president, gestures answering journalists' questions in Gudermes, 35 km east of the capital Grozny, June 23, 2004. PICTURE TAKEN JUNE 23, 2004 REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin REUTERS AS
RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTR54DC
June 23, 2004
Ramzan Kadyrov, the son of the former Chechen president, smiles in Gudermes, 35 km east of the capital...
Gudermes, Russian Federation
KADYROV, THE SON OF THE FORMER CHECHEN PRESIDENT, SMILES IN GUDERMES.
Ramzan Kadyrov, the son of the former Chechen president, smiles in Gudermes, 35 km east of the capital Grozny, June 23, 2004. PICTURE TAKEN JUNE 23, 2004 REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin REUTERS AS/CRB
RUSSIA
RTR54D5
June 23, 2004
Chechen children bathe in the fountain in the central square of the Chechen town of Gudermes, 35 km east...
Gudermes, Russian Federation
CHECHEN CHILDREN BATHE IN THE FOUNTAIN IN THE CENTRAL SQUARE OF THE CHECHEN TOWN OF GUDERMES.
Chechen children bathe in the fountain in the central square of the Chechen town of Gudermes, 35 km east of the capital Grozny, June 23, 2004. Chechnya pro-Moscow interior minister Alu Alkhanov registered as a candidate in the August election, two days after suspected Chechen rebels went on a bloody rampage in neighbouring Ingushetia. PICTURE TAKEN JUNE 23, 2004 REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin AS
RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTRJ0OP
May 06, 2004
Picture shows Chechen guerrilla commander Rizvan Taimaskhanov, killed during an operation near the town...
Gudermes, Russian Federation
DEAD BODY OF CHECHEN GUERILLA TAIMASKHANOV, KILLED DURING AN OPERATION IN GUDERMES.
Picture shows Chechen guerrilla commander Rizvan Taimaskhanov, killed during an operation near the town of Gudermes in Chechnya, late May 6, 2004. Forces loyal to pro-Moscow Chechen leader Akhmad Kadyrov have launched a series of successful operations in the past few months hunting down mid-tier and senior rebel commanders. Picture taken May 6, 2004. REUTERS/Adlan Khasanov REUTERS CVI/AA
RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTR57VT
October 19, 2003
Chechen president Akhmad Kadyrov stands after a swearing in during a
ceremony in Chechnya's second largest...
Gudermes, Russian Federation
CHECHEN PRESIDENT KADYROV STANDS DURING HIS INAUGURATION IN GUDERMES.
Chechen president Akhmad Kadyrov stands after a swearing in during a
ceremony in Chechnya's second largest city of Gudermes, October 19,
2003. Amid extreme security, Kadyrov was sworn in as president of
Chechnya on Sunday, capping a political process backed by the Kremlin
as a recipe for peace but denounced as a sham by rebels and rights
groups. REUTERS/Adlan Khasanov

CVI/JV
RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTR57VK
October 19, 2003
Chechen President Akhmad Kadyrov (C) is sworn in during a ceremony in
Chechnya's second largest city...
Gudermes, Russian Federation
CHECHEN PRESIDENT KADYROV STANDS DURING HIS INAUGURATION IN GUDERMES.
Chechen President Akhmad Kadyrov (C) is sworn in during a ceremony in
Chechnya's second largest city of Gudermes, October 19, 2003. Amid
extreme security, Kadyrov was sworn in as president of Chechnya on
Sunday, capping a political process backed by the Kremlin as a recipe
for peace but denounced as a sham by rebels and rights groups.
REUTERS/Adlan Khasanov

CVI/WS
RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTR57VB
October 19, 2003
Chechen president-elect Akhmad Kadyrov (C) walks to attend his
inauguration at a ceremony in Chechnya's...
Gudermes, Russian Federation
CHECHEN PRESIDENT-ELECT KADYROV WALKS TO ATTEND HIS INAUGURATION IN
GUDERMES.
Chechen president-elect Akhmad Kadyrov (C) walks to attend his
inauguration at a ceremony in Chechnya's second largest city of
Gudermes, October 19, 2003. Amid extreme security, Kadyrov was sworn in
as president of Chechnya on Sunday, capping a political process backed
by the Kremlin as a recipe for peace but denounced as a sham by rebels
and rights groups. REUTERS/Adlan Khasanov

CVI/WS
KADYROV
RTXM8SE
October 18, 2003
Chechen president Akhmad Kadyrov stands after a swearing in during a ceremony in Chechnya's second largest...
Gudermes, Russia
Chechen president Akhmad Kadyrov stands after a swearing in during a ceremony in Chechnya's second l.....
Chechen president Akhmad Kadyrov stands after a swearing in during a ceremony in Chechnya's second largest city of Gudermes, October 19, 2003. Amid extreme security, Kadyrov was sworn in as president of Chechnya on Sunday, capping a political process backed by the [Kremlin] as a recipe for peace but denounced as a sham by rebels and rights groups.
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