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Immigrants imbued with traditional values of masculinity and power can run into problems fitting into a different kind of society.
Residents of Tsarnaev family’s home town say it’s wrong to hang blame on entire ethnic group.
Russia has opted for authoritarian local leaders, rather than risk losing control of its southern frontier.
Attackers identified as Chechens from Russian North Caucasus, though their motives remain unclear.
21 Dec 09
Allegations that Uzbeks spied on Tajik uranium facility fit wider pattern of suspicion and mistrust.
19 Dec 09
Destructive force of 1988 earthquake was so swift that people thought the Armenian city had been bombed.
18 Dec 09
A decade after they fled their homeland, Chechens in Georgia still fear it is unsafe to go back.
14 Dec 09
Government accused of underestimating number of heroin users and failing to support treatment programmes.
11 Dec 09
Environmentalists oppose controversial hub close to Black Sea nature reserve.
10 Dec 09
Emails and text messages seek to spark campaign over military bases.
9 Dec 09
Healthcare system under scrutiny as increasing numbers of women die in childbirth.
9 Dec 09
Women cleaning goats’ wool for export complain of low wages and sickness.
8 Dec 09
Russians flock to breakaway territory despite accommodation shortage and poor service.
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