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Chechnya: Grozny Revisited

In early 2000, Chechnya's capital Grozny was left in ruins after Moscow���s two brutal wars against Chechen separatists. Today, local strongman Ramzan Kadyrov and a tide of Russian money have transformed the city. But the scars of war have yet to heal. Behind the restored fa��ades of Grozny, there is another world of fear and social deprivation that no one talks about.Powered by Producer : France 24

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