Akhmed Chataev - (Islamic State / ISIS) -- INDIVIDUAL PROFILE

Image: Akhmed Chataev in Georgia - 2012 Akhmed Chataev (1980-2017) was born on either 4 or 14 July 1980 in the village of Vedeno (Chechnya). He is married and has 3 children. With the beginning of the Second Chechen war of 1999, he joined Akhmed Zakaev's group. During this war, Chataev was seriously injured several times and lost his right arm. In 2000, he moved to Baku, Azerbaijan, where he lived as a refugee until 2002. Russian authorities have been searching for Chataev since 2003. According to some sources, he illegally entered Europe in 2003, and the Austrian government reportedly granted him refugee status.During a counter-terrorist raid in Tbilisi, Georgia, Chataev and several militants were blocked by police forces in a house. In 2017, he illegally entered to Georgia from the Turkish territory. According to local media, Chataev committed a suicide on 22 November 2017. Image: Akhmed Chataev in Georgia - 2012 Image: Akhmed Chataev in…

Akhmed Chataev - (Islamic State / ISIS) -- INDIVIDUAL PROFILE, also known as Akhmed Shishani, Akhmed One-Arm is an active group formed c. 2000.
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