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Re-establishing Moscow's control over Chechnya and then introducing an uneasy peace under Ramzan Kadyrov, whom critics and rights campaigners accuse of heavy-handed tactics and human rights violations, is seen by Mr Putin's supporters as a key achievement.

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Moscow says any Russians fighting there are volunteers.

Chechnya's own separatist insurgency, in which the republic sought independence from the Russian Federation, was eventually squashed after two bloody wars, but unrest still simmers among Caucasian Islamist groups.

She then repeated the stunt with two other Isil fighters, pocketing about £500 in total.

Her scheming came to an end when she was caught by Chechen police, along with the other two women, who now face charges of fraud, which carry a maximum sentence of six years in jail.

Probably because no one has gone far enough in that direction,” Valery Zolotarev of the Chechen anti-extremism centre told tabloid Moskovsky Komsomolets.

“I wouldn’t advise anyone to enter into correspondence with dangerous criminals in any case, and especially not to make some easy money,” he added.

“I told him that I didn’t have any money, and he offered to sent me 10,000 [roubles - £107] on Qiwi-Wallet,” she said, referring to a popular Russian electronic cash transfer system.

She accepted, and when he transferred the cash, she blocked him from all of her social media accounts and kept the money for herself.

So I'm a non-Chechen secretely dating a Chechen girl, the thing is she's scared as hell that someone might find out about our relationship. I doubt that there was any significant research on this topic.

Everytime we're together she looks around to check if there's someone she knows.. Modern Chechen society and diasporas are ridden with xenophobia and radical Islam teachings, the fact that they live in clans (teip) makes it even worse, since it's very hard to get break free out of this environment even if one wants to.

The three young women from Chechnya, a mostly Muslim republic in Russia’s north Caucasus, allegedly made nearly £2,000 by tricking Islamist fighters from Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) into thinking they were willing to become “jihadi brides”.

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