Source Pravda.Ru

Large militant camp rendered harmless in Chechnya

A large militant camp was rendered harmless in Chechnya's Kurchaloi district, reported the headquarters of the United Federal Forces on Tuesday. The camp was designed to train about 150-200 people and was situated outside the village of Beshil-Irzoi.

Law enforcers have seized a large quantity of ammunition and a space communication device. The latter, according to the headquarters, shows that the camp belonged to an influential warlord.

In the meantime, the federal forces keep searching for militants and weapons. Over the past 24 hours only, they conducted 10 special operations in the districts of Shali, Nadterechnaya, Achkhoi-Martan and Vedeno, killing four militants who offered armed resistance. 12 people were arrested on suspicion of being affiliated with illegal armed units.

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