Putin to replace 'poisoned' Chechen warlord? Russia summons Islamist ally's son

Speculation about the ‘poisoning’ of Chechen warlord Ramzan Kadyrov has increased after his heir was summoned to meet alone with Vladimir Putin. Ramzan, the authoritarian leader of Russia’s North Caucasus region of Chechnya, is reportedly ‘seriously ill’ with kidney problems and has summoned a UAE doctor as he ‘does not trust’ Moscow doctors. His son, Akhmat, met with the Russian president last week supposedly to discuss ‘youth services’. Watch this video for more.

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