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Human-right activist and her husband killed in Chechnya
11.08.2009 10:52
Human-right activist and her husband killed in Chechnya

The bodies of Chechen human-right activist Zarema Sadulayeva and her husband kidnapped on the August, 10 are found dead on Tuesday, August 11 in the city of Grozny. Zarema Sadulayeva headed the aid group Save the Generation. The bodies were found in the suburb of the Chechen capital, in the car's trunk with gunshot wounds in the head and chest.
      Sadulayeva and her husband were taken by the people, introduced themselves as undercover men, to an undisclosed location on the August, 10.
      Sadulayeva's group, Save the Generation, focused on children who had been injured in war and disabled children.
      It is a reminder that another human-right activist, Nataliya Estemirova was also kidnapped and killed in a similar way about month ago. She was documenting human rights abuses in Chechnya.


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