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Terrorist Attacks

Terrorist Attacks The terrorist attacks in Russia.

According to the Prosecutor General's Office, 23 terrorist acts of a political nature were recorded in the first half on 2014 alone. Only details of some of them are known.

On January 9, two policemen were wounded on the highway Kirovaul-Chontaul in the Kizilyurt district of Dagestan as a result of a bombing of the police car.

On January 17, in Makhachkala, unknown criminals fired from the grenade launcher restaurant “Golden Empire”, and then undermined the parked car from the restaurant.

On February 9, radical neo-Pagan Stepan Komarov fired his gun in the temple of Resurrection of Christ in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. As a result, a nun and a parishioner were killed, seven more were wounded.

On the night of April 21, two cabinets of the Kalinin Prosecutor’s Office in Chelyabinsk were set on fire. Swastikas and graffiti about Adolf Hitler and the law enforcement were found on the walls of the building.

On April 10, unidentified offenders opened fire at Magomed Zakaryaev – imam of a local mosque in Kirzil-Yurtovsky district of Dagestan.

On August 16, a deputy Mufti Rasul Gamzatov was murdered in North Ossetia.

October 5 in Grozny, 19-year-old Apti Mudarov carried out a suicide bombing after being stopped by policemen at the metal detector at the celebration of the City Day. 5 policemen were killed, 12 more people were injured.

On December 4, 2014, militants attacked Grozny Republican Press House, which was taken by in a raid. 14 police officers and 2 civilians were killed, 39 officers and 1 civilian was injured. 11 militants were eliminated, 5 of whom were identified.

October 31, 2015, a Russian plane was brought down over the Sinai Peninsula. All 217 passengers and 7 crew members were killed. Responsibility for the terrorist attack was assumed by the terrorist group “Islamic State” (ISIS).

On December 29, a group of tourists, who were visiting the Derbent fortress, were shot at. One person was killed and 11 others were injured. ISIS took responsibility for the attack.

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