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  Aslan Maskhadov
Aslan Maskhadov was killed on 8th March 2005 in the village of Doikur-Aul (Tolstoy-Yurt) in the north of the Chechen Republic by members of the Russian special services.
According to one version of this theory, Aslan Maskhadov was killed during negotiations with the Russians on the peaceful normalisation of the armed conflict, started after mediation by different western countries and OSCE.
According to theory 3, Aslan Maskhadov was killed on 6th March in the Nozhai-Yurt area of Chechnya by members of security service of the President of the Chechen Republic.
www.tjetjenien.dk /personer/maskhadov.html   (1612 words)

  Aslan Maskhadov - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aslan Aliyevich Maskhadov (Russian: Аслан Алиевич Масхадов) (September 21, 1951 – March 8, 2005) was a leader of the separatist movement in the southern Russian republic of Chechnya.
Maskhadov became President of the nation in January of 1997 with heavy backup from Moscow.
In 1951, Aslan Aliyevich Maskhadov was born in the Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic, in the small village of Shakai.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Aslan_Maskhadov   (1386 words)

 Sobaka :: Dossier: Aslan Maskhadov   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
In 1951, Aslan Maskhadov was born amid the stillborn villages of crude earthen huts on the endless steppe.
Aslan Maskhadov had been named chief-of-staff of the Chechen armed forces in July 1994, when Dudayev and the Kremlin strapped themselves in on their collision course.
Maskhadov is reputed to have overseen the defense of Grozny in December 1994 and January 1995.
www.diacritica.com /sobaka/dossier/maskhadov.html   (4785 words)

 The Assassination of Aslan Maskhadov
The leader of the Chechnyan rebels, Aslan Maskhadov, was killed on March 8, 2005 during an anti-terrorist action conducted by the Russian Special Forces.
Maskhadov died in a bunker underneath a house, in the small Chechnyan village of Tolstoy-Yurt.
Maskhadov was always inclined to solve all the political and military issues with Russia in a “calm and realistic” manner.
www.ict.org.il /spotlight/det.cfm?id=1032   (1202 words)

 Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Aslan Maskhadov
Aslan Maskhadov, who died in a confrontation with Russian special forces aged 53, was the last president of Chechnya, elected in a vote which is broadly accepted to have been a reflection of popular will.
Maskhadov's political struggle for independence gave fuel to those in the west who thought the conflict was not that simple.
Maskhadov's mandate came from his prowess as a commander, not from his historic role and tenacity.
www.guardian.co.uk /chechnya/Story/0,2763,1434001,00.html   (870 words)

 Kommersant: Aslan Maskhadov Killed
Aslan Maskhadov, the president of Ichkeria, was killed yesterday in Chechnya.
Maskhadov's driver and two of his bodyguards had been killed during a special operation, but the separatist leader managed to escape.
Born on September 21, 1951 in the village of Shakai in Karaganda Region of the Kazakh SSR.
www.kommersant.com /page.asp?id=552963   (2782 words)

 The Foreign Minister
It was not until 1957 and the re-establishment of the Chechen-Ingush autonomous republic, that Maskhadov and his family were permitted to return to their native land.
Aslan Maskhadov was the first Chechen citizen to be awarded the "Khoman Siy" (Nation's Honor), Chechnya's highest meritorious decoration.
On February 12, 1997, Maskhadov was inaugurated in the presence of hundreds of guests from around the world.
www.chechnya-mfa.info /bio/president.htm   (542 words)

 Sobaka : No One Left to Talk To: The Death of Aslan Maskhadov   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
On Tuesday, Aslan Maskhadov became the second elected president of Chechnya to die, violently, in Russian gunsights.
Maskhadov strongly believed on the other hand that operations with high civilian casualties - Kapiisk, Dubrovka, Beslan - were wholly counterproductive.
Maskhadov was not a fanatic, though he may have been at least a true believer in Islam (Dudayev, though fond of peppering his speeches with calls to Allah, was almost certainly an atheist).
www.diacritica.com /sobaka/2005/maskhadov.html   (1446 words)

 Aslan Maskhadov - MN-FILES - MOSNEWS.COM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Former Soviet colonel Aslan Maskhadov, who became Chief of Staff of the Chechen army in 1992 after the collapse of the Soviet Union, has fought against Russian forces in the first Chechen war of 1994-1997, and was elected president upon the death of Chechnya’s first leader Dzhokhar Dudaev.
Aslan Maskhadov was born in 1951 to Chechen parents in exile in Kazakhstan; his family returned to Chechnya only in 1957.
Maskhadov was slain on March 8 during a siege in the Chechen town of Tolstoi-Yurt.
www.mosnews.com /mn-files/maskhadov.shtml   (1117 words)

 Chechnya - Aslan Maskhadov
Maskhadov is married and has a daughter and a son.
Maskhadov was grudgingly endorsed by Moscow as the lesser of a dozen evils something that has caused the split between more militant groups led by Basayev.
Maskhadov is a good military strategist with the personality of a piece of cardboard.
www.comebackalive.com /df/dplaces/chechnya/player2.htm   (452 words)

 Kommersant: Aslan Maskhadov's Posthumous Revenge
Participants in the ceremony believe that the elder Maskhadov had come to realize his days were numbered and took revenge on the Russians in advance by naming as his successor a radical Wahhabist, who not only permits, but also gives religious and ideological grounds for, even the most brutal terrorist act.
For obvious reasons, Maskhadov's relatives did not dare to organize a ceremony of mourning in the Chechen village of Zibir-Yurt (Shelkov District) where he was born and raised.
In the words of Deputy Prosecutor General Nikolai Shepel, Maskhadov is a figure in the criminal case of the school hostage-taking in Beslan; therefore, his body will be dealt with in accordance with current federal antiterrorist laws; that is, he will be buried in an unmarked grave on the grounds of a penal institution.
www.kommersant.com /page.asp?id=553572   (1339 words)

 Chechen rebel leader Aslan Maskhadov killed - European Forum
The Chechen rebel leader Aslan Maskhadov was killed on 8 March in a battle with Russian special forces north of Grozny.
Maskhadov’s apparent death marks a major success for the Russian President, who has built his power largely on a tough line against the Chechen rebels.
Moscow blames Maskhadov for a string of deadly attacks in Russia, including a rebel attack on a school in the south Russian town of Beslan in which at least 326 hostages - half of them children - died.
www.europeanforum.net /news/137   (363 words)

 Aslan Maskhadov: bio and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Maskhadov was born in Shakai, EHandler: no quick summary.
Maskhadov advocated armed resistance to what he saw as a Russian occupation but condemned attacks on civilians, EHandler: no quick summary.
Anzor maskhadov (born 18 november 1975), is the son of the late aslan maskhadov, the chechen separatist leader....
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/a/as/aslan_maskhadov.htm   (2559 words)

 CNN.com - Chechen rebel leader killed - Mar 8, 2005
Maskhadov was Chechnya's president after the Russian military withdrew from the republic.
Maskhadov, 53, led the Chechen separatists who fought Russian forces to a standstill in a 1994-96 war and he became the republic's president after the Russian military withdrew.
Maskhadov at the time said there was "no justification" for the seizure of the school, but also said recent terrorist attacks perpetrated by Chechens were "unavoidable" because of Russia's policies.
www.cnn.com /2005/WORLD/europe/03/08/chechnya.rebel.killed   (899 words)

 BBC NEWS | World | Europe | Obituary: Aslan Maskhadov
They disregarded the fact that Mr Maskhadov publicly condemned the bloody attack, said that forces under his command had nothing to do with it, and called for Mr Basayev to face trial.
Like all Chechens of his generation, Aslan Maskhadov was born in exile.
Mr Maskhadov's weakness was illustrated by a series of high-profile kidnappings in 1998 and 1999.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/world/europe/459302.stm   (746 words)

 The information about the killing of Aslan Maskhadov has attracted global attention
"Maskhadov was the basis of the international support, which made him look like a moderate political figure, who had the potential of leading the peaceful process in Chechnya.
They now believe that Aslan Maskhadov failed to recreate the economy of the war-torn republic after he took the president's office in January of 1997.
The archives were found in the basement of the house, where Aslan Maskhadov was hiding along with his three bodyguards.
www.russiannewsroom.com /send.aspx?id=3148   (667 words)

 KAVKAZ CENTER   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
On March 8 President of Chechen Republic of Ichkeria Aslan Maskhadov became a Shaheed (a Martyr), he fell in a battle in the village of Doikur-Aul (Tolstoy-Yurt).
Aslan Maskhadov is not the first Chechen President who became a Shaheed (a Martyr), Insha Allah (God Willing), and probably not the last Chechen leader who has to die in a battle for his country’s freedom.
But Aslan Maskhadov became the first President, who was killed demonstratively and in a vile way in response to reaching out his hand of peace, and he was the last one who did reach out his hand for that purpose.
www.kavkazcenter.com /eng/article.php?id=3599   (505 words)

 Chechen terrorist leader Aslan Maskhadov buried in nameless grave - Pravda.Ru
The body of the Chechen terrorist leader, Aslan Maskhadov, who was killed by the Russian special forces in Chechnya on March 8th, 2005, was finally buried on April 22nd.
Aslan Maskhadov was put on the federal wanted list (in March of 2000) on charges connected with the organization of an armed mutiny in Chechnya.
Aslan Maskhadov's family originally strived for the delivery of the terrorist's body for the family burial.
english.pravda.ru /hotspots/conflicts/25-04-2005/8128-maskhadov-0   (585 words)

 CNN.com - Maskhadov: Chechnya's defiant ex-leader - Sep 8, 2004
In 1997, Maskhadov and Russian president Boris Yeltsin signed an agreement promising an end to 400 years of conflict between Moscow and the region.
Maskhadov won a landslide victory in January 1997, swearing "to reinforce the independence of the Chechen state."
Maskhadov worked with Basayev until 1998, when Basayev established a network of military officers which soon devolved into rival warlords.
www.cnn.com /2004/WORLD/europe/09/08/maskhadov.profile   (534 words)

 Aslan Maskhadov - InfoSearchPoint.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Aslan Maskhadov (born 1951) is a Chechen general and chief of staff during the 1994-1996 war against Russia.
After helping to end the Lithuanian nationalist movement in 1991, Maskhadov became the Chief of Staff for the Chechen army.
Maskhadov's attempts to stifle Wahhabism and other fundamentalist Muslim groups, coupled with his inability to keep Chechens from trying to drive Russians out of neighboring Dagestan, made him appear incompetent and incapable of controlling his country.
www.infosearchpoint.com /display/Aslan_Maskhadov   (262 words)

 NewsFromRussia.Com Aslan Maskhadov killed, but the problem hasn't solved
Maskhadov was killed Tuesday during a special operation in the Chechen village of Tolstoi-Yurt.
According to the Washington Post, after rebel leader Aslan Maskhadov, 53, was killed Tuesday, the Kremlin and its allies declared a major success in arresting a decade of war in Chechnya, a breakaway southern republic.
Maskhadov's death "is a very serious moral, psychological and political blow on terrorism," Gennady Gudkov, a member of the security committee in the State Duma, the lower house of the Russian parliament, said on television Wednesday.
newsfromrussia.com /main/2005/03/10/58596.html   (1791 words)

 World Affairs Board - Breaking News!!!!!!!!!!!Aslan Maskhadov is Dead!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Mr Maskhadov was elected Chechen president in January 1997 but was ousted two years later.
Moscow has blamed Mr Maskhadov for a string of deadly attacks in Russia, including a rebel attack on a school in the south Russian town of Beslan last September in which more than 330 hostages - half of them children - died.
Aslan Maskadov on the other hand, was the democratically elected President of Chechnya i.e.
www.worldaffairsboard.com /printthread.php?t=4929   (1794 words)

 The Chechens must be allowed to bury their President Aslan Maskhadov with dignity Petition
There is absolutely nothing that could ever justify the stubborn refusal of the Russian authorities to hand over to his family the body of the late Aslan Maskhadov, the only Chechen president ever to have been democratically elected.
It should not be forgotten that this kind of humiliation of victims has, in some instances of suicide bombings, triggered women kamikaze attacks, and nourished the infernal cycle of vengeance, with the result that during the last ten years a great many corpses could only be identified in little pieces after mutilations and explosions.
The The Chechens must be allowed to bury their President Aslan Maskhadov with dignity Petition to EU Presidency was created by and written by Céline Francis (celinefrancis@mail.be).
www.petitiononline.com /cheche/petition.html   (464 words)

 Chechen Leader Maskhadov Is Dead — Russian Army - NEWS - MOSNEWS.COM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The body of Maskhadov, one of Russia’s most wanted men, was shown on Russian NTV Channel on Tuesday evening.
Shabalkin said there was fighting in the area at the time and said Maskhadov, the president of separatist forces opposed to Russian rule in Chechnya, was hiding in a bunker under a building in the village of Tolstoi Yurt when he was killed.
Moscow blames Maskhadov for a string of deadly operations in Russia, including an attack on a Moscow theater, a bombing opposite the Kremlin and an armed action against a school in the south Russian town of Beslan.
www.mosnews.com /news/2005/03/08/maskhadov.shtml   (958 words)

 Russian Federation: Concerns over reports of "disappearances" of relatives of Aslan Maskhadov
They are: Buchu Alievna Abdulkadirova (aged 67), sister of Aslan Maskhadov; Lecha Alievich Maskhadov (68), brother of Aslan Maskhadov; Lema Alievich Maskhadov (55), brother of Aslan Maskhadov; Ikhvan Vakhaevich Magomedov (35), nephew of Aslan Maskhadov; and Adam Abdul-Karimovich Rashiev (54), a distant male relative of Aslan Maskhadov.
They are: Khadizhat Vakhaevna Satueva (40), niece of Alsan Maskhadov, her husband Usman Ramzanovich Satuev (47) and Movladi Abdulkadyrov (35), the husband of Aslan Makhadov's wife's sister.
This first conflict ended in 1996 and Aslan Maskhadov, who had acted as chief of staff of the Chechen rebel forces during the conflict, was elected President of Chechnya in 1997.
amnestyusa.org /news/document.do?id=80256DD400782B8480256F95003CCFE2   (858 words)

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