: The newspaper The Nordic Page, which disseminates Norwegian news in English, was attacked and hacked. It happened after they had published part of the Ny Tid case about two Chechens who were found tortured and killed after they were sent out of Norway.
: For the first time in several years, Chechens gathered to demonstrate in front of the Storting and outside the Russian embassy: "The fact that the regime is getting worse and that Ny Tid and the Norwegian media are now writing about this means that we are gathering," says one of the protesters.
: Human rights organizations shout warning against the deportation of two more Chechen men: "Great danger that they will be tortured and killed, and that the Norwegian authorities make the same fatal mistake again," says both the Norwegian Helsinki Committee and the Russian Memorial.
Torture: Despite warnings, Chechen Apti and Umar were denied asylum and had to leave Norway. The Helsinki Committee and the Memorial say the two were tortured and killed by the Chechen authorities. Are the Norwegian authorities responsible for their subsequent death after denying them political asylum?
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