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Crimean Tatar woman dies as FSB tried arresting her
14:58, 23 November 2017
Crimean Tatar woman dies as FSB tried arresting her

82-year-old Vedzhiye Kashka deceased because of heart attack in Simferopol

14:58, 23 November 2017

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Veteran of Crimean Tatar movement Vedzhiye Kashka died in Simferopol in the occupied Crimea. The woman’s heart gave out as Russian federal security service, the FSB tried arresting her. Ayder Muzhdabayev, the deputy director of ATR TV channel reported this on Facebook.

‘They came for our elderly people. The occupants of Crimea just killed 82-year-old Crimean Tatar Vedzhiye Kashka. They wanted to arrest her, she felt bad and then her heart stopped. Vedzhiye-khanym was the veteran and one of the symbols of Crimean Tatar national movement for returning back to their motherland. Damn you Russian Nazis, murderers; the day will come, and you’ll get every bit of what’s coming to you. Blessed be our national hero’s memory. One can’t help but cry,’ he wrote.   

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