Source Pravda.Ru

Man suspected of organizing government house explosion detained in Chechnya

A man was detained in Chechnya who is suspected of organizing the explosion of a complex of government buildings in Grozny in December 2002, a source in the headquarters of the Joint Group of Forces has reported.

According to the data of the Joint Group of Forces, a certain Adamov was apprehended the day before in the Leninsky district of Grozny. "He is suspected of organizing and staging the explosion on the territory of the complex of government buildings of the republic," the source said.

As a result of the explosion of the complex of the government buildings in the republic on December 27, 2002, 55 people died and 119 were wounded.

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