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Chechnya Renews Crackdown on Gay People, Rights Group Says

NYTimes.com Monday, 14 January 2019
Chechnya Renews Crackdown on Gay People, Rights Group SaysThe Russian LGBT Network said two gay people had been killed and about 40 people imprisoned by Chechen security forces, echoing a 2017 pogrom.
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LGBTQ rights groups are reporting fresh persecution of gay people in Chechnya, claiming that two have died and about 40 are currently held in detention.

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