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Authorities continue to ignore human rights abuses in Chechnya | ILGA-Europe


Authorities continue to ignore human rights abuses in Chechnya | ILGA-Europe: According to the latest information received by the Russian LGBT Network from a survivor, the NGO believes that the second suspected prison at Tsotsi-Yurt, previously reported by Svoboda, does exist. Survivors have also expressed fears that the social media accounts of (perceived) gay and bisexual men are being targeted, hacked and used to contact other men who have not yet been arrested.

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