Dagestani Authorities Employ Collective Punishment in Fight Against Rebels

Vatchagaev, Mairbek
March 2014
North Caucasus Weekly;3/28/2014, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p13
The article reports on the employment of collected punishment by the authorities in Dagestan, Russia to fight against rebels. It mentions that a police patrol car was attacked by militants on the Ametkhan Sultan Boulevard on March 23, 2014. It adds that the authorities are seeking for the marginalization of the rebels among ordinary residents of the villages and cities of the republic through the creation of conflicts within the local society.


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