Chechen leader criticises Boston police for killing one of the suspects
Violence has traditionally been aimed at Russia rather than the West
Photo essay reveals suspected bomber's aspirations to compete for America in the Olympics if he is naturalised
Fear of Islamic extremism is a rare bridging link between the US and Russia
Torture allegations no problem to the French-born, newly Russian actor as he cosies up to Kadyrov
Russian security services feared to be behind charges
Cahal Milmo meets the man assigned to be Adam Osmayev’s guardian in Britain
The family of a murdered journalist expressed cynicism as the trial of a former police officer implicated in her killing began in Moscow.
The passer-by who tried to trip a fleeing youth moments after a man was stabbed at the Notting Hill Carnival has revealed he fears his bravery may cost him his disability allowance.
Ruud Gullit said his five-month stay at Chechen club Terek Grozny was so absurd he found it funny. The Dutch coach was sacked on Tuesday after poor results left Terek close to the bottom of the Russian Premier League.
The bizarre sojourn of Dutch football legend Ruud Gullit in Chechnya ended last night, as he was unceremoniously sacked as manager of the region's leading football team, Terek Grozny.
A former Russian army colonel convicted of the torture and murder of an 18-year-old Chechen girl was given a hero's burial yesterday, after he was shot dead by unknown attackers in Moscow last week.
Video appears to show Moscow bomber and warns of 'monthly, weekly' atrocities
The former Soviet republics are awash with money and it is being thrown at football clubs – the vanity projects of tycoons or politicians
Ramzan Kdyrov, the Kremlin-backed leader of Chechnya, said this week that a local rule forcing women to wear headscarves was justified because the sight of female flesh prevents him from concentrating on his work.
Islamic militants emerged as the most likely suspects behind the Moscow airport attack. There has been no claim of responsibility but early witness reports suggested the bomber had a "North Caucasus appearance".