Chechen and Tatar Muslims take up arms to fight for Ukraine
27 March 2022 | 5:41 am
Chechen warlord and Putin ally Ramzan Kadyrov boasted of his soldiers' part in Russia's war in Ukraine. But many Chechen and Tatar Muslims are defending Ukraine and settling scores with the rulers of their homelands.
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