Source Pravda.Ru

Two criminals liquidated in Russia's Dagestan region

Two suspected criminals were killed in a clash with police in Russia's restive southern province of Dagestan.

The two men were riding in a car that was allegedly involved in a drive-by shooting attack against a police checkpoint Sunday night in the Karabudakhkent district south of the capital, Makhachkala.

Pursuing police opened fire at the car, which then ran into a ditch, killing one of the suspects. The second blew himself up with a grenade.

Another police post, in the city of Buinaksk, was targeted in a bomb attack early Monday that damaged several cars but did not injure anyone, the regional Interior Ministry told.

They were the latest in a string of attacks on police and government officials in the Caspian Sea province, the AP reports.

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