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IN ENGLISH Ingush authorities impose ban on popular Chechen singer’s music
 September 16th 2003 Prague Watchdog / Ruslan Isayev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
All music and video sellers have been prohibited to sell or play the music of Timur Mutsurayev. And anyone found ignoring the ban faces a fine of 300 rubles and their equipment confiscated.
IN ENGLISH WHO brings new TB campaign to Chechnya
 July 9th 2003 Prague Watchdog / Timur Aliyev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Up to now, WHO’s efforts to combat TB in North Caucasus have been targeted solely at the Chechen refugees residing in Ingushetia.
IN ENGLISH Over 500 refugees left Ingushetia for Chechnya last week
 June 1st 2003 Prague Watchdog / Ruslan Isayev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Many refugees leave their families in Ingushetia and head for home just to assemble all the documents that are required for the payment of compensation for homes lost during military operations in Chechnya.
IN ENGLISH Refugees in no hurry to leave Ingushetia for Chechnya
 May 15th 2003 Prague Watchdog / Timur Aliyev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Tsugayev attributed the slow-paced repatriation to insufficient accommodations in Grozny and failing to compensate the private sector for leasing the dwellings for those who have already returned.
IN ENGLISH Military operations greatly alter Chechen mountain life
 May 4th 2003 Prague Watchdog / Ruslan Isayev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
People used to concentrate on farming, raising animals, and hunting. Since the start of the second war, all this has dramatically fallen off.
IN ENGLISH Chechnya’s traditional spring harvest of long-rooted garlic becomes dangerous
 April 6th 2003 Prague Watchdog / Ruslan Isayev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Chechen woods are replete with various types of mines, as well as Russian soldiers, so that running into them can often lead to similar consequences.
IN ENGLISH Grozny citizens sympathize with Iraqis forced to live underground in Baghdad
 April 4th 2003 Prague Watchdog / Ruslan Isayev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Baghdad and Grozny have much in common. The capital of Iraq is headed toward a long and severe hardship, not unlike what Grozny experienced, some Chechens say.
IN ENGLISH Before the War I Had Toys
 March 25th 2003 Iva Zimova
Accounts of children from Grozny
IN ENGLISH Chechen refugees in Azerbaijan
 March 4th 2003 Prague Watchdog / Salman Musayev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Initially, they did not encounter problems in Azerbaijan. However, now they have only one possibility left - to return to Chechnya, at their own risk.
IN ENGLISH The Mental Scars of Chechnya's Children
 February 6th 2003 IWPR / Asiyat Vazayeva · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Psychologists are discovering that a whole generation of Chechen children is showing symptoms of trauma.
 
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