120 years after the publication of Anton Chekhov's "Sakhalin Island," photographer Oleg Klimov retraced Chekhov’s steps and to assess its modern-day state. It's beautiful, if you like bleak.
Two suicide bombers blew themselves up on the Moscow subway just before eight o'clock this morning ? a time when the city is busiest with commuters. Chechen rebels are believed to be responsible for the attack, which has left at least 37 people dead.
Anchor Laura Lynch speaks with Allison Gill of Human Rights Watch in Russia, about yesterday's murder of Russian human rights activist, Natalya Estemirova. Estemirova was abducted yesterday near her home in Chechnya's capital Grozny and later found dead.
Natalya Estemirova, a journalist and human rights activist, was kidnapped in the Chechen capital of Grozny and found dead of gunshot wounds. Joining The Takeaway is Dimitri Babitch, political journalist of the Russian news agency Rio Novosti.
Russia announced today it is ending its ten-year military crackdown in Chechnya, claiming stability had returned to the region torn apart by two wars since the fall of communism. The World's Jeb Sharp reports.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Rachel Denber, deputy director of the Europe and Central Asia Division of Human Rights Watch, about the current conditions in Chechnya as Russia officially ended its ten-year Russian military campaign there.