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IN ENGLISH No asylum
 November 7th 2009 Prague Watchdog / Usam Baysayev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
One refugee, who described the violent deaths of five members of his family, was told by a migration official: “But you weren’t killed, so why did you become a refugee?”
IN ENGLISH The burden of "Euro-tourism"
 September 14th 2009 Prague Watchdog / Solt-Murad Epindiyev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Europe’s response has been tough: in 2007 the majority of asylum seekers from the Caucasus had their applications rejected. Benefits have been cut to subsistence level, which helps to screen out those who have come in search of an easy life.
IN ENGLISH The refugees' cannon
 August 2nd 2009 Prague Watchdog / Rashid Bogatyrev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
If the Arabs spent all day sipping coffee and smoking in the shade of the trees, and the Somalis meditated for hours to the sound of their melodies, the refugees from the former Soviet Union were in painful search of adventure.
IN ENGLISH In photos: rally in memory of Natalya Estemirova
 July 25th 2009 Prague Watchdog / Aleksei Litvintsev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
People taking part in a rally in Moscow's Novopushkinsky Park on July 23 to remember the murdered human rights activist Natalya Estemirova.
IN ENGLISH The house where Jack hid
 May 31st 2009 Prague Watchdog / Leonid Ruzov · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
It is possible that the magic transformation was also brought about by the fact that the Chechens have been forced to withdraw all their vitality from the political sphere and hide it behind an impenetrable wall of family life.
 
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