In Chechnya, one person was killed and seven wounded when their tractor drove over a radio-controlled landmine, the Chechen Interior Ministry reported on Thursday.
The blast victims were local peasants, who were returning from the fields in a tractor-trailer. The incident took place in a country-track outside Assinovskaya Stanitsa, Chechnya's Sunzha district.
"Seven people were taken to a hospital in Ingushetia with severe injuries, and one woman, Roza Adayeva, died," said the agency's source.
Fragments of an explosive device and a Kenwood radio set were discovered on the site of the incident.
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