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Russia has lost in court Strasbugskom six cases involving claims residents of Chechnya.
The European Court of Human Rights ordered Russia to pay the victim more than В¬ 700 thousand compensation.
European Court of Human Rights has considered the six cases involving claims residents of Chechnya, whose relatives disappeared or were killed in 2002.
All applied to the European Court of Chechens said their relatives were lost (in one case - killed) after checking the passport regime soldiers Russian Armed Forces.
Among the applicants - the family Aindi Dzhabaeva of Urus-Martan, 9 in the village of Stariye Atagi, near Saeed Hasan Dangaeva, Ismail Dzhamaeva and Aslanbek Hamzaeva. These plaintiffs lost their relatives, the applicants from the Chechen-aul killed 6 relatives. Based on the data submitted, the Strasbourg court ruled that Russian authorities had violated several articles of the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms - the right to life, to an effective investigation, to liberty and security, to respect for private life and the prohibition of dignity.
According to the decision of the House, Russia should pay the residents of Chechnya В¬ 613,5 thousand for non-pecuniary damage, В¬ 62,4 thousand as compensation for material damage and В¬ 41,2 thousand to cover court costs.
This court decision is not final and could be appealed to the established order. The Russian side denies the charges, noting that the military is not involved in the abduction, and law enforcement authorities have taken all measures to investigate accidents.