Big rally in Ingushetiya, chanting "Allakhu Akbar!"

Map. History of Caucasus conflict

4 April 2020
Parliament of Chechnya unanimously ratified the new borderagreement between Chechnya and Ingushetia
People in Magas are going to protest until the morning
Yevkurov signed a law establishing the border with Chechnya
Rally continues in Magas, Ingushetiya. People will stay for night
At least 10 members of Ingushetiya Parliament say that voting on land deal with Chechnya was falsified
Pentagon: Information provided by the Russian Ministry of Defense on the development of biological weapons in Georgia is pure disinformation
1 year ago
It's propaganda
Russian Ministry of Defense claims that 73 people killed in U.S. Lugara lab in Georgia during testing of chemical/biological substances
Tactical exercises of missile and artillery units held in Azerbaijan army1 year ago
Tactical exercises of missile and artillery units held in Azerbaijan army
Military reinforcement has been deployed in Magas
Reports that Ingushetiya police refused to clear the road blocked by protesters for military convoy
Pictures of security forces and armoured vehicles deployed in Magas.
Azerbaijan's Minister of Energy: Providing flexible, transparent and high-quality management in energy sector is strategic goal of Azerbaijan1 year ago
Azerbaijan's Minister of Energy: Providing flexible, transparent and high-quality management in energy sector is strategic goal of Azerbaijan
Ingushetiya Parliament members approved land deal with Chechnya
Kabardino-Balkaria: Security forces shot dead two suspects in the murder of a policeman from the village of Atazhukino
Protests began near the Ingushetia parliament building in Magas after the approval of the agreement on the border with Chechnya. The security forces opened fire in the air after the head of the republic Yunus-Bek Yevkurov came out to the crowd of protesters
The security forces blocked the road to Magas, and the protesters came on foot to the center of the capital of Ingushetia. About 2000 residents of Ingushetia went today to the building of the Ingush parliament.
Big rally in Ingushetiya, chanting "Allakhu Akbar!"
Armen Sargsyan has supported the decision of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan to dismiss the ministers from "Prosperous Armenia" and "Dashnaktsutyun" Parties, who had supported the amendments to the Regulations on the National Assembly.
The Kremlin will again increase subsidies (by +12%) for Chechnya and Dagestan in 2019, new budget reveals. Both regions are in the top five most subsidized in Russia. Other top-5 members (Yakutia, Altai, Kamchatka) get no increase.
Armenian parliament tried to convene, but no session was held due to absence of quorum.
2 more protesters against land deal with Chechnya were detained in Ingushetiya. Jailed for 12 days
Pashinyan: This is a new, completely new, phase. In your chants, your posts, your expressions, refrain from personal insults aimed at any political figures, from any party.
Pashinyan: It was a cordial, friendly atmosphere. We drank coffee, and talked. The conversation was not conclusive.
It's 1am in Armenia. Pashinyan just walked out of the room where he was negotiating with Ara Babloyan, Speaker of the Parliament.
PM Nikol Pashinyan has been inside parliament for two hours negotiating to resolve the issue of snap elections in the country. Thousands continue to remain on the grounds of the parliament, waiting to hear the results.
Pashinyan continues to negotiate with National Assembly Speaker Ara Babloyan (Member of the Republican Party), behind closed doors. Meanwhile, thousands waiting outside, holding posters demanding the Republican and Prosperous Armenia parties to resign.
Yerevan now: on the stairs of the parliament building
Police did not detain participants of a motor rally held against the new border between Chechnya and Ingushetia.
Yelk Alliance members come out to the balcony of the parliament building.
Armenia is back at it again in support of PM Pashinyan against an attempted counter-revolution by the former ruling party. Here, people are gathered around cars listening to radio coverage
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