Source Pravda.Ru

Chechen militants commit more crimes against civilians

In the past 24 hours, Chechen militants committed several crimes against the civilian population, reported the interior office of the Chechen Republic on Monday. On the night of May 26th, someone threw an F-1 grenade into the window of a kiosk in the village of Elistanzhi, Chechnya's Vedeno district. Luckily, no one was hurt. Early in the morning on May 26th, militants robbed a private house and left, leaving a pull-action mine, which exploded on the 32-year-old owner of the house. The woman suffered slight wounds and was given first aid on the spot. Law enforcers are investigating the incident.

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