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Unidentified gunmen on Tuesday assassinated the top regional security official in Russia's violence-plagued Caucasus republic of Ingushetia as he was being driven to work, investigators said. Akhmed Kotiev, head of Ingushetia's Security Council, was
Russia has made public a previously confidential list of people and organizations found to be involved in laundering money and funding terrorism...The leader of the Chechen Republic expressed his indignation over well-known Western agencies and
The US has finally designated one of Russia's most wanted men, Doku Umarov, as a terrorist. He is the man who took responsibility for masterminding the deadly Moscow Metro bombings in March...Proceeding from Russia's Supreme Court ruling and under an
The agencies quote Ingushetia's president as saying he will offer immunity from prosecution to militants who surrender to authorities and who are not accused of grave crimes such as murder. Tass and RIA-Novosti as well as private news agency Interfax.
President Dmitry Medvedev has ordered the Federal Security Service (FSB) to continue special operations against militants...They are linked to Russia's most wanted man Doku Umarov who could be among the group. The current operation aims to locate
North Caucasus militant leader Doku Umarov will eventually be detained, Deputy Interior Minister Nikolay Rogozhkin said, commenting on a special operation in the region. Published: 01 April, 2011, 13:34 Doku Umarov DNA tests are underway to identify
Doku Umarov, who is listed alongside the world's most dangerous terrorists by the UN Security Council's Sanctions Committee, has been killed in the mountains of the Republic of Ingushetia. Russian Air Forces bombed a militant training camp on Monday.
Doku Umarov, the man dubbed the Chechen version of Osama bin Laden , may have been killed in an attack by Russian forces, a regional leader suggested. Russian investigators announced Tuesday that charges were filed against Umarov and others for
In a statement published online on Thursday, the warlords said they have renounced their oath of allegiance to Russia's most-wanted terrorist Doku Umarov and have elected a new leader. Their new commander is Hussein Gakaev, a man with a US$330,000
Conflicting video messages from a Chechen rebel leader suggest the movement is in disarray, a Russian terrorism analyst said. Doku Umarov moved the Chechen insurgency from a militant separatist movement to an organization bent on waging holy war