Source Pravda.Ru

3 Chechens Working In Danish Humanitarian Mission Suffer Assault

Three Chechen nationals working with the humanitarian mission of the Danish Refugee Council have been severely beaten in Urus Martan. Lechi Dadashev, in charge of the humanitarian aid distribution office, has been taken to hospital in a grave condition. Early in the morning of Thursday, three unknown gunmen penetrated the mission and beat the employees, according to the city administration. The victims to the assault are local residents working with the Danish organization, said the administration. The prosecutor's office has opened a criminal case. None of the attackers has been detained so far.

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