At least three have been killed, the newspaper said, while other detailed horrific torture and beatings before being released with the threat of relatives carrying out “honour killings”. She told CNN its offices had received two envelopes filled with white powder following the sermon in Grozny, which was watched by 15,000 people and broadcast on regional television.
“We still don't know what the powder is – we have asked the security forces to check it,” Ms Milashina added.
Hunters' title screen greets you with the image of a man in a snazzy suit with the head of a multi-point buck. ''Get ready to hunt.'' () In keeping with the hunting theme, the in-app currency (buyable with real-world currency, of course) is called ''bullets.'' Bullets unlock various premium features inside of Hunters.
You can buy 5,000 for 0, but you'd probably prefer to start smaller, maybe for 100.
The killer turned out to be 21-year-old student Sergey Kosirev, who whilst under interrogation explained his reason for committing the murder.
Many of the sample emails read a bit like Mad Libs or choose-your-own-adventure texts, featuring decision templates that include advice for ultimately tricking the mark into wiring money to the scammer.
The romance scam package is designed for fraudsters who prey on lonely men via dating Web sites and small spam campaigns.
One of the Russian reporters who exposed the detention and torture of gay men in Chechnya has gone into hiding amid fears of retribution as the scope of alleged abuse widens.
Both the Kremlin and Chechen government have dismissed “provocative” reports by , which said at least 100 men had been rounded up and jailed at secret prisons on suspicion of being gay.