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Chechen Accused Of Terror Acts

The Chechen president’s special envoy has been accused of overseeing “terrorist attacks, murders and kidnappings” as Russia seeks his extradition from the UK. Akhmed Zakayev, 44, is wanted by the Russian government over 13 charges of criminal activity in the Chechen republic between 1995 and 2000. He has been described as a high-profile figure in the Chechen struggle for independence from Moscow, but he vehemently denies all the charges levelled against him. Mr Zakayev was arrested at Heathrow airport in December 2002 after arriving from Denmark, where the Moscow authorities had also pressed for his extradition. Full Story

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