World 66 Travel Guide City of Derbent.
Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection Dagestan maps.
You Tube Dagestan.
Pravda.ru Outbreak of plague reported in Russia's Dagestan.
New York Times Dagestan: A Leader in Education Tourism. (2014)
Channel 4 News World's highest paid footballer joins Dagestan
New York Times Lured by Oligarchs Cash, Soccer Star Enlivens
The Independent Billionaire bets on boys from Brazil to win peace
in Dagestan. (2011)
Inside the Games Zhukov gives backing to Dagestan 2018 Youth Olympics
Russia Today Foreign wrestlers flock to Dagestan ahead of London
Pro Soccer Talk Soccer politics: Anzhi Makhachkala and the dangers
of Dagestan. (2013)
World Airline News Dagestan Airlines is grounded. (2011)
Fresh Plaza Russia: Dagestan becomes leader in raisin production.
Bloomberg Dagestan Billionaire Ensnared by Putin-Medvedev
Wikipedia Head of the Republic of Dagestan.
Vestnik Kavkaza Ramazan Abdulatipov: a year in Dagestan. (2014)
Free encyclopedia information about the Republic of Dagestan.
Free encyclopedia information about the Republic of Dagestan's
capital city of Makhachkala.
Free encyclopedia information about the Republic of Dagestan's
city of Derbent.
Turanian Lands. Turanian
BBC News: Country Profiles Dagestan.
Wikipedia: War of Dagestan 1999
International Medical Corps Dagestan
The Other Russia
Lucian Kim Articles
Christian Science Monitor Russia sees global jihad on southern flank. (2005)
Reuters Money dispute kills 9 in Russia's Dagestan region.
CBC News Second journalist from Russia's Dagestan region
Committee to Protect Journalists Independent weekly editor charged with extremism
in Dagestan. (2008)
Committee to Protect Journalists Persecution of Dagestan weekly continues. (2008)
Reuters Gunmen kill a police chief in Russia's Dagestan.
The Korea Times 44 Missionioners' Trip to Dagestan Alarms Seoul.
Open Democracy Dagestan and the art of government. (2009)
Human Rights Watch Dagestan: curse of the sixth department. (2009)
Human Rights Watch A 'Wahhabi' village. (2009)
Committee to Protect Journalists Dagestan authorities try to close independent
Human Rights Watch Russia: Investigate Dagestan Arson Attack. (2009)
Euronews Rebel car bomber brings more carnage to Dagestan.
Al Jazeera Police killed in Dagestan attack. (2010)
Xinhuanet News Russian interior minister vows to strike Dagestan
New York Times Political Uncertainty Grips a Russian Republic.
New York Times In Dagestan, Laugh Track Echoes Across Mountains.
The Guardian Dagestan: My daughter the terrorist. (2010)
CBC News Christian bishop slain in Dagestan. (2010)
Wordpress Pastor Artur Suleimanov Killed in Dagestan. (2010)
Jihad Watch Dagestan: Pastor and apostate from Islam shot
and killed. (2010)
Sputnik News Gunmen open fire on car in Dagestan. (2010)
Sina Five militants killed in Russia's Dagestan. (2010)
Spiegal Online Islamists Gain Upper Hand in Russian Republic.
Press TV Two
police killed in Dagestan bombings. (2011)
PR Web Current Violence in Russian Province of Dagestan
Foreseen in New Espionage/Thriller Novel. (2011)
Ref World Eight Policemen Killed in Rebel Attacks in Dagestan.
Fox News Helicopter Kills 2 Suspected Rebels in Dagestan.
Voice of America News Three Gunmen, Policeman Killed in Dagestan. (2011)
Washington Post In Russias Dagestan, Salafi Muslims clash
with government authorities. (2011)
Al Jazeera Russia's Dagestan rocked by triple blasts. (2011)
Al Jazeera Security official killed in Russia's Dagestan.
New York Times Russia: Official Killed in Dagestan. (2011)
The Daily Beast Terror at the Beach: Radicals in Russia have been
bombing bikini-clad women to enforce Islamic dress codes. (2011)
The Independent Dagestan: Russia's Islamic enemy within. (2011)
Voice of America News Respected Religious Leader Killed in Dagestan.
The Guardian Why Dagestan's FC Anzhi Makhachkala is seen as
a cure for all ills. (2011)
BBC News Dagestan
- the most dangerous place in Europe. (2011)
Reuters Newspaper founder killed in Russia's Dagestan.
Human Rights Watch Russia: Investigate Murder of Dagestan Publisher.
Amnesty International Russia must act to protect journalists in Dagestan.
The Guardian Newspaper chief's murder in Dagestan adds to toll
of Russian journalists. (2011)
Russia Beyond the Headlines Alisa Ganieva and The Chronicles of Dagestan.
Army Recognition Russia has sent military troops into the southern
region of Dagestan to combat terrorism. (2012)
Jamestown Foundation Russia Launches Massive Military Redeployment
to Dagestan. (2012)
Reuters Twin bomb attacks kill 12 in Russia's Dagestan.
Jamestown Foundation Dagestans President Promises a Decisive
Crackdown on the Insurgency. (2012)
The Star Dagestan bomb blasts kill 13, leave scores wounded.
UPI.com Militant leader, others killed in Dagestan. (2012)
Pulitzer Center Russia: Putin's Secret War. (2012)
Pulitzer Center Russia: Dagestan Muslims Protest Putin's Secret
The National Post The Canadian who converted to jihad: Boxer turned
militant killed in Dagestan. (2012)
Human Rights Watch Russia: Strictly Respect Rights in Dagestan Killing
Russia Today Seven people killed in Dagestan flooding. (2012)
Jamestown Foundation Violence in Dagestan Accelerated in 2012. (2013)
Centre For Eastern Studies The Kremlin increases its control over Dagestan.
Russia Beyond the Headlines Sizing up Dagestans newly appointed leader.
Georgia Times In a special operation in Dagestan three militants
New York Times Russia: Violence in Dagestan. (2013)
Dawn Suicide attack kills three police officers in
Washington Post 9 questions about Chechnya and Dagestan you were
too embarrassed to ask. (2013)
The Guardian In Dagestan, family and neighbours of Boston suspects
describe shock. (2013)
The New York Times Search for Home Led Suspect to Land Marred by
Time The Boston-Bomber Trail: Fresh Clues in Rural
Reuters Dagestan bomb kill four, two dead in shootout
near Moscow. (2013)
Voice of America Dagestan: Russias Wild But Beguiling Southern
The Guardian Suicide bomb widow injures 12 in Dagestan attack.
Russia Beyond the Headlines Dagestan: A political facelift, or new rules of
the game? (2013)
The Central Asia-Caucasus
Analyst What Does Amirov's
Arrest Imply for Dagestan? (2013)
Reuters Journalist shot dead in Russia's Dagestan province.
Russia Beyond the Headlines Tighter crackdown in Dagestan fuels local misery.
The Nation Muslim cleric killed in Russia's Dagestan. (2013)
World Socialist Website Violence escalates in Dagestan amid incipient
Islamist insurgency. (2013)
International Crisis Group Sowing Rebellion in Dagestan? (2013)
Reuters Senior judge killed in Russia's Dagestan province.
Russian police kill terrorist who shot a rabbi in Dagestan. (2013)
Christian Science Monitor Russia identifies suicide bomber as woman
from Dagestan. (2013)
Human Rights Brief Forced Disappeance in Dagestan and the Sochi Winter
Pravda.ru Dagestan Vice Prime Minister killed in large car
accident in Moscow. (2013)
Gatestone Institute Dagestan: New Epicenter of Muslim Terrorism in
CNN Russian forces hunt Dagestan militants, 'black
Russia Today Security forces lauch three antiterrorist operations
in Dagestan, prominent militant leader killed. (2014)
EA WorldView Russia: Caucasus Emirate's Vilayat Dagestan Warn
of More Suicide Bombings Unless Moscow Ends Operations In Caucasus.
ITV Dagestan: A breeding ground of Islamist militants
who vow to target the Sochi Olympic Games. (2014)
Open Democracy Dagestan: Russia's hottest spot. (2014)
Jamestown Foundation Police Violence in Dagestan Continues as Republic
Drifts Toward Collapse From Within. (2014)