According to Wikipedia, the historian Timothy D. Snyder argues that Stalin might have deliberately killed about 6 to 9 million people. Other historians estimate a much higher number of deaths due to Stalin's rule, including deaths of famines, which were deliberately caused by Stalin.
I'm not interested in the exact number of deaths caused by Stalin, what I am interested in is how many people were killed "deliberately" after Stalin's rule in Soviet Russia.
Gathering from the same Wikipedia article, the ways people were deliberately killed are the following:
- Death through gulags
- Death through deportation
- Death through (intentionally created) hunger
I wonder how many were deliberately killed in these manners or others after Stalin's rule? I mean the time period of 1953 - 1989.