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February 10, 2018 23:02

  • Dagestani leader declares new priorities of republic

    In Dagestan, the Russian General Prosecutor's Office (GPO) has revealed hundreds of corruption-related violations and dozens of concealed crimes, Ivan Sydoruk, Deputy Russia's General Public Prosecutor, has stated. After the liquidation of the armed underground, the war on corruption is a new priority for Dagestan, Vladimir Vasiliev, the acting head of the republic, has announced.

February 10, 2018 19:27

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February 08, 2018 13:13

February 08, 2018 01:11

  • In Dagestan, New Prime Minister announces a large-scale fight against corruption

    Artyom Zdunov, who was appointed on February 7 the chair of the Dagestani government, has voiced a promise to return the businesses to the legal field and fight violations in the construction sphere. An attempt to sharply break the corruption in the system will result in serious conflicts and is unlikely to succeed, experts suggest.

February 07, 2018 21:43

  • Evkurov persuades Qatarians to invest in "Magas" Airport

    The idea of the head of Ingushetia, Yunus-Bek Evkurov to build an international terminal at the "Magas" Airport has found support, after six years, at the Russia's Ministry of Transports. The Ingush authorities, who justified the need to build the terminal by the increasing number of people travelling abroad and the need for the republic's economic progress, has convinced the head of the Qatar Investment Agency to finance the project.

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Infographics. The statistics of the number of victims in the North Caucasian Federal District regions for the period of 6 years.

Infographics. The statistics of the number of victims in the North Caucasian Federal District regions for the period of 6 years

Over the past six years, from 2010 to early 2016, the number of victims of the armed conflict in the North Caucasus has decreased significantly. A stable tendency for reduction of the number of people killed and injured in the regions of the North Caucasian Federal District is shown in the infographics below, prepared by the "Caucasian Knot" and based on its own data and open sources information. By clicking each figure, you can see distribution of casualties in the center of the circle, divided by categories such as security forces, militants, and civilians.


Firearm incidents and victims in Northern Caucasus

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