Source Pravda.Ru

Czech journalist murdered in Daghestan

A journalist from the Czech Republic was murdered in Daghestan, a Russian republic neighbouring on Chechnya. The body of 30-year-old Kraus Martin was found on Friday on the bank of the river in the village Chirkata, Gumbet district of the republic, but was identified later, reported the Daghestan Interior Ministry.

The traces of knife and bullet wounds were found on the body. Experts say that the body was in the water for at least two days.

On suspicion of the murder, two 25 and 21 years old local inhabitants, have already been detained. The police found out that they had the Volkswagen car, which belonged to the murdered as well as his personal belongings.

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