Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Working As If Life Mattered ... In Memorium, Zarema Sadulayeva And Alik Djabrailov.

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"The leader of a small nonprofit group in Russia’s volatile region of Chechnya and her husband were abducted and killed, officials said on Tuesday, underscoring the worsening human rights situation there.

The two, who worked at a group called Save the Generation, which assisted young people affected by the turmoil in Chechnya, were seized from an office on Monday afternoon in the Chechen capital of Grozny, said Aleksandr Cherkasov, an official with Memorial, one of Russia’s most prominent human rights groups.

Their bodies were discovered early Tuesday in the trunk of their car in Grozny, according to Mr. Cherkasov and local officials. They were identified as Zarema Sadulayeva and her husband, Alik Djabrailov." ...

Clifford J. Levy "2 Aid Workers Killed in Chechnya" New York Times August 11, 2009


Grozny is a sister city of Warsaw, Krakow, Lviv, Odesa, and Istanbul.


Map credit: Via Multi-lingual Human Rights/Multi-lingual Child Rights.


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