CHECHNYA, Grozny – Russia fought two wars in its break away republic – the first from 1994 to 1996 which resulted in President Boris Yeltsin pulling out his troops. But that conflict was restarted in 1999 once Vladimir Putin came to power at the Kremlin. Russia pulled its troops out of Chechnya in 2009.
A critical look at the counter extremism think tank set up by the government to monitor radicalisation in the UK, includes contributions from Lord Ahmed and Gerry Sutcliffe MP.
A film by Nayab Chohan
Professor Stewart Purvis, former OFCOM board member explains why the watchdog took Iranian owned Press TV off the airwaves in the United Kingdom.