Timur Aliev


Timur Aliev

Infobox Person
name=Timur Aliev


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caption=Timur Aliev
birth_date=Birth date and age|1973|9|18|mf=y
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occupation= Journalist, Editor-in-chief of "The Chechen Society"

Tamerlane Magomedovich Aliev, better known as Timur Aliev (Aliyev), ( _ce. Тамерлан Магомедович Алиев) (born September 18, 1973 in Grozny, Chechnya) is a prominent Chechen journalist and the former editor-in-chief of the Grozny-based publication "The Chechen Society".

Timer Aliev has graduated from Grozny State Oil Institute in 1995.

Timur has written extensively on the Chechen wars and the political situation in the North Caucasus, and has been published in newspaper of records such as "Financial Times", "The Moscow Times", "The Daily Telegraph", and "People magazine". [ [http://moikrug.ru/users/P293252313/ Тимур Алиев] ]

In 2008, Aliev left his job as a journalist to become an advisor to the pro-Moscow president of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov. [ [http://www.watchdog.cz/?show=000000-000004-000001-000226&lang=1 Kadyrov has been able to convince me of his sincerity] , Prague Watchdog, May 8, 2008]

References

External links

* [http://timur-aliev.livejournal.com/ Timur Aliev's LiveJournal Page]
* [http://moikrug.ru/users/P293252313/ CV of Timur Aliev]
* [http://www.chechensociety.net The Chechen Society homepage]
* [http://www.abc.net.au/4corners/content/2004/s1241499.htm Four Corners Interview with Timur Aliev]
* [http://internationalpenadmin.mindunit.co.uk/images/article/Caselist.pdf International PEN Caselist 2004]

Interviews

* [http://www.abc.net.au/4corners/content/2004/s1241499.htm Interview by Four Corners] , November 15, 2004


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